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Category: Fiction Writing

Writer's Edit were lucky enough to have a moment with author, Chris Cleave. With his debut novel Incendiary shortlisted for the 2006 Commonwealth Writer's Prize and taking out a Somerset Maugham Award that same year, readers knew there was something special about this writer. More success followed with his novels The Other Hand (also titled Little Bee in Canada and […]
Funded by the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, comes a fresh initiative from the minds of author Andrew Bardin Williams, geographer Kathleen Colin Williams and software engineer Steven Young. Launched in June, 2013, Placing Literature is a website where the fictional meets the real world. Designed especially for lovers of literature who are interested in the […]

Your protagonist wakes with something unusual in their pocket. What is it? Where did it come from and how did it get there? Does your protagonist remember? Where does this exploration lead your charac

J.K Rowling has been unmasked as the "former military police officer, with a wife and two children” by the name of Robert Galbraith. The supposed ‘debut’ novel of crime fiction, The Cuckoo’s Calling has been described as “perfectly decent, but quiet,” with editors unable to determine a unique selling point for an already over crowded market. However, […]

Explore a psychological aspect of your main character through a small action. Do they pick up a drink and put it back down without taking a sip? Do they go to get something from the cupboard and forge

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