Reading this instead of writing? Get back to work.
Audible announces Audible Captions, and Netflix uses Wattpad to source its Teen Romance series.
Thinking of entering the world of audiobook publishing? Here are the six steps you’ll need to take.
Amazon turns 25, a father writes 365 stories in as many days for his daughter, and beach-reads are making way for literary fiction.
How do you show that your character is in pain, whether that’s physical or psychological? Here are the important factors to consider when writing about violence.
Everybody makes mistakes in their writing – that’s what editors are for. Here are 6 of the trickier ones.
Book sales aren’t falling (they’re just changing), and sales of audiobooks are on the rise (see?).
Got writer’s block? Maybe freewriting is the solution for you.
The best time to send an email, people getting angry over the misuse of English, and it’s your last chance to enrol in Ads for Authors.
As subscription models dominate music, films and games, will the ebook industry be taken in the same direction?
Amazon experiments with live-streaming, Mark is a judge for the Kindle Storyteller award, and J.K. Rowling keeps churning out those Harry Potter books.
All but one of Kubrick’s films are based on books, so why so many other book-to-movie adaptations rubbish?
Barnes & Noble is bought by a hedge fund, microgenres continue to be lucrative, and the 100 best fiction and non-fiction books ever (apparently).
An insight into the agent process, how to build a high-revenue writing business, and Ads for Authors is open again.
Here’s a handy guide for navigating around the most common stumbling blocks when writing dialogue.
The Kindle now supports Traditional Chinese, and a traditionally published book gets its facts very badly wrong.
Readers know what they like. Here are a few of the most common genre tropes around.
Mailchimp announces some questionable changes (or does it?), and writers demand to self-publish in Persian.