Monthly Archives: October 2013

Shortcuts, world-building and research (clue – there better not be any shortcuts)

Chris @ Writing About Writing has, in his latest mailbox roundup, responded to the “sci-fi avoids research” question that I am sure is a common one from wannabe writers. He replies: If you think your the sf/f fandom will go … Continue reading

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What are you going to write next?

In the past six months, during which I finished my first draft and embarked on the second, I have seen in various fora for writers and aspiring writers, a number of statements that if you want to be successful as … Continue reading

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