Today I’m delighted to welcome Stuart Gibbon, who set up the Gib Consultancy in 2014, following a long career in the police force.
Hello and welcome, Stuart. First of all, it was very interesting to attend your p
If I’m going to be honest about writing, I have to admit that last month wasn’t much fun for me. Coming up to a deadline, I felt as though I spent every waking minute at my keyboard. I lost weight despite all
Francesca looks at point of view in short story entries
It’s easy to accidentally switch point of view in the middle of a scene when using third person. This was something I made a note of when judging a short
Let’s face it, when it comes to the romance genre, women dominate. Most romance writers are female, as are most readers. Plots commonly centre on the female point of view, though I have noted that a ChocLit c
Months of planning came to fruition recently when over 280 commercial fiction authors and readers were united in their love of books, writing and reading at Chase Bookfest, held at the Museum of Cannock Chase in