Many of us are used to deadlines. They make sense, right? Someone needs us to complete something, so they tell us when they need it to be done, and …Want to write a novel? 3 reasons you need to be setting deadlines (for yourself, that is!)
Tag: new writer
Fragment Friday: New Story Edition!
Happy Friday all. Hope the week was good to you, and your weekend even better! If you're a new author, looking for somewhere to post some of your work, why not post an excerpt of your story / book here, with info about where to find your work? No book yet? No problem. You can … Continue reading Fragment Friday: New Story Edition!
First review for A Sinister Six… terrifying.
My book, A Sinister Six, hit virtual bookshelves on Wednesday of this week. Although it is my second published book, it’s the first full book, not short story, not novella, but a collection of darkly disturbing stories, and as such it means more to me. Here's what I learned, with ***LEARNING POINTS*** that you can … Continue reading First review for A Sinister Six… terrifying.
Story Starters – Grow Your Own Story!
New writer looking for a way to start your first story? Experienced writer looking for something different? Well today I present for you the first of my STORY STARTERs. A ready-made beginning to a story to fire those creative brain cells. What it is It's a ready-made beginning to a story, that might contain a … Continue reading Story Starters – Grow Your Own Story!
Author interview – S. Boseley
Today I'm excited to be the featured author on Don Massenzio's blog. He interviews authors about their upcoming books, and today, I get to talk about my novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom. Thanks Don! DM: What is the title and genre of the book you want to tell us about? SB: My novella, my first book, is Die, Blossom, Bloom. … Continue reading Author interview – S. Boseley
Guest Post: launching and marketing your book by Alannah Foley Pt1
Today I have been fortunate to host Alannah Foley (aka The Pyjama Writer), author of Cosy Mysteries, Campervan Capers, Cycling Widows, and more… I asked Alannah to give us an insight into the methods she used, from writing her books, through to marketing and promoting them. Alannah has packed a lot of information into her answers, … Continue reading Guest Post: launching and marketing your book by Alannah Foley Pt1
Die, Blossom, Bloom now available to pre-order
Things have moved quite rapidly this month, so a big THANK YOU to all of you who have offered support and advice to make this happen. But, in case you missed it, my novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom, has been made available to pre-order, and you can hop over to Amazon now, to snap up your … Continue reading Die, Blossom, Bloom now available to pre-order
Test Lab – Newbie author update
As an author without a published book to his name, I wanted to learn as much as I could about the actual act of publishing and marketing before I launched my first book. Knowing that there are lots of authors in a similar position to myself, I wanted to be able to offer up the … Continue reading Test Lab – Newbie author update
Launch team – Places still available!
Job roles and responsibilities: Read a FREE early copy of ‘Die, Blossom, Bloom’ and let me know what you think Pick some of your favourite quotes or passages from the book and let me know what they are. Share these quotes with your social media / blog followers, linking them back to authorsteveboseley.com Be active on … Continue reading Launch team – Places still available!
8 amazing writing blogs and killer posts from each
If you're anything like me, your time and energy are limited. So today I've got 8 amazing writing blogs for you to look at, along with a killer post from each of them. In no particular order: http://kurtbrindley.com/blog - Award winning author with stacks of knowledge to share. He has just listed his top writing … Continue reading 8 amazing writing blogs and killer posts from each