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Category: Fiction Writing

Well writers, we seem to be on fire lately with finding quirky little spots for you. Sur Bourke Espresso Bar is a quaint little space full of creative energy for artists from all walks of life. With a vintage bike hoisted up in proud display on the wall, and echoes of a bygone Paris with […]

Make your main character to write a letter. Not an email. Not a text message. An actual letter. Who's this letter to? Does the letter explain your main character's relationship to its recipient? Does

Sometimes, us writers need to escape the confines of our own desks and homes and venture elsewhere to find that much-needed focus and writer-time. At this point, you’re probably in need of some great coffee… a chilled out environment… and perhaps Wifi? We’ve recently discovered a little café, tucked away from the hustle and bustle […]

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 Awa

With a few novels under our belt, we thought we’d put our heads together and come up with a checklist of what you should know and do before you jump in the deep end and start writing a novel. 1. The Premise. This one seems obvious, but you’d be surprised at how many authors launch […]
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