January 9, 2019
Julian Winters tells us how being brave and pushing out of your comfort zone, can inspire and propel you forward.
Cass Lennox shares her 12 point listicle of advice for a fresh start in 2019 and there are some absolute gems on here!
Vanessa Riley tells us how she uses metrics to plan the year ahead, and urges you to blaze your own path.
Olivia Waite shares her hopes for a 2019 filled with funny, heartwarming, diverse f/f romance.
Jane Godman tells us about the hardest year of her life and how 2019 will, for her, involve digging deep for positivity.
Michelle Douglas outlines her writing focus for 2019: ditching the hyper-masculine romance novel hero in favour of a more modern interpretation.
Em Ali talks about the authors who inspired them to write in 2018, and how they're going to carry that inspiration forward into 2019.
Aleksandr Voinov tells us about setting goals for the year ahead and the value of evaluating the year just gone.
Aliette de Bodard
Aliette de Bodard shares how she wants to take more risks and allow herself more time off in 2019.
Joanna Chambers talks about the happiness principle that is going to govern her writing as she moves forward into 2019.
Therese Beharrie reveals she plans to build on the small steps of 2018 to take bigger, braver steps in her 2019 writing career.
Rhoda Baxter, Jeevani Charika
Rhoda Baxter talks about writing under her real name for the very first time, and what her plans are as Jeevani Charika going forward...
George Loveland explains why the number of books you release in a year doesn't reflect all you've learned.
Ellie Darkins shares her hopes and goals for 2019 as she steps back into her writing career after maternity leave.
October Editorial: Out Of The Woods
October 5, 2019
#OneWorld - Neurodiverse Voices
Author Confessions—Online Personas
Pimp The Book
Ali Reads... Paranormal Romance
Diary Of An Indie Pub
The Sweet Spot with M.K. Schiller
The Allure Of The Anti-Hero
Hunting For Bright Ideas
A Paranormal Resurrection?
Exclusive FREE READ! from Elisabeth Hobbes
October Book Reviews