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Authors – If you want to write about weaponry, do it properly


Chuck Wendig has asked readers what turns them off, what spoils a book for them, what might cause them to actually not even finish it. For me, I get annoyed by authors that are writing weapons-based fiction, and who don’t have a clue about weapons. 1) People ARE NOT blown off their feet by shotguns, … Continue reading

Authors – Quit whining about being busy


There are a number of successful authors, some who are even SUCCESSFUL authors, and all I seem see them do on Twitter and Facebook is moan about how busy they are. To me, that’s like a salesman saying he’s getting too much commission, or Richard Branson complaining that yet another one of his companies is … Continue reading

Free writing advice


So, before I actually write this post, I’ll answer the question that many people are sure to ask if they come across this. ‘Who are you to give writing advice?’. I’m me. I’m a former martial arts journalist and features editor and wrote over 300 pieces for publication. I have a self-published martial arts book … Continue reading

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