Michael Willetts – author interview

It has been an absolute pleasure to work with Michael Willetts, author of Lake Fear, to bring his new novel, Capture Kill, to life. This post is equal parts promotion and interview. I’m very keen to see Capture Kill become a success. To grab your attention, here’s the book description: Ray Cleary, ex-Special Forces, is…

Editing with Paddington Bear

Everyone has at least one muse, your source of inspiration that helps fuel and harness your passion. Some have many – cooking muse, poetry muse, music muse, writing muse, plumbing muse. Hey, why not? I figure a plumber can also have a muse that inspires them to…er…plumb. Last night, whilst waiting to enter dreamland, a…

Back Story – The Changeroo

  I have good news to share with you, dear blog reader, if you’ll indulge me! Since my last post – Back Story – When should it be Front Story?, I decided to move the large slab of back story to the start of my novel. I’d like to say it was due to an…

Back Story – When should it be Front Story?

Hey there dear blog reader, how ya doin? All fine and tickety-boo? Good to hear it. I know I haven’t been around much lately to bring you my usual brand of snarky comments and witticisms, but I have an excuse. I’ve been writing and editing my novel, The Range. The lure of Imaginationland is hard…