Last night, I went to the start of the Salisbury Literary Festival and thoroughly enjoyed being with book lovers as well as to be in the presence of other authors. The interview with the first author of the festival-Neil Spring was really interesting.
In this second article in the Writing Competitions – Want to Win series, I am going to discuss repetition in story ideas. It happens more often than you might think and while it’s absolutely fine to reinvent an idea, it should only be considered a starting point.
Anyone with access to a word processor and the Internet can become a published author, but most do not become successful authors. We all know the publishing industry has changed drastically since the introduction of eReaders, but how many authors (traditional, self, or aspiring) truly understand the changes and how to navigate this new world?