First Impressions Count: How to Write a Great First Chapter

It’s fairly critical that you make a great impression in your very first chapter, and we wanted to share some tips and tricks to help you on your way.

Seasonal Affective Disorder & Productivity

If you’re a writer, you might find yourself picking up your pen or typing on your laptop far less than you usually do. Ideas and inspiration might elude you, and writing a single page will feel like a Herculean task. We’ve been there. We wanted to share some tips today on how to get around this issue.

A Recipe for a Good Synopsis

We’re coming at you today with some useful insight into the publishing process; how exactly do you write a synopsis that will catch the attention of a publisher? We’ll show you how!

Tips for Budding Young Writers

For those young folks among you who are penning fiction, or poetry, or anything at all, this article is intended for you. We hope to illuminate some ways for you to hone your craft and get yourself out there as a budding author.

A Brief Guide to Facebook for Authors

In the final instalment of our social media series, we’re going to take a look at Facebook, and how to use it as an author.

Facebook may not quite have the same sway as TikTok or Instagram, but it’s still very much a key player in the online world, and setting up a business profile will certainly help more than hinder.

So, let’s get into how you can use the platform as an author.

A Brief Guide to Twitter for Authors

We are back with a new instalment in our social media mini-series. Today; Twitter. Well, it’s not really Twitter anymore. But it also is. But it isn’t.

Names aside, the platform operates largely the way it always has, and today we are going to examine how to get the most of it as an emerging author.