Highlights from 2011

Posted: December 30, 2011 in Friday Guest

It’s nearly the end of another year and I had a terrific guest blog on the subject of collaboration lined up for today. Then I decided it would be a great one to kick off the new year, so you’ll have to wait until next Friday to read it. In the meantime, here is a recap of the entertaining and informative blogs from my Friday Guests over the last few months. Many thanks to them all, and to you for reading.

Barbara Scott Emmett on writing erotica

Jo Reed on the craziness that is often a writer’s lot

Marc Nash predicts a riot

My rant about the importance of cover design

Harry Nicholson on the surprise birth of his novel

Roland Denning discusses the importance of ‘story’

Tim Ellis asks, ‘Writer, publisher or marketing guru?’

Simon Kewin says, ‘there are really only two sorts of fiction’

Starting and running a literary magazine by JD Smith

Jane Hicks on the joy of writing – and rewriting

Perry Iles doesn’t want your first drafts

Rebecca Emin explains platform-building

Mo Lovatt on making fiction out of fact

My rant about kindles. Lots of feedback on this one!

Nik Perring’s top editing tips

Laura Wilkinson’s journey to publication

Dan Holloway on performance writing

Sarah England’s writing comes of age

Mark Dark illuminates the difference between ‘want’ and ‘need’

Annie Evett on the link between writing and special-needs teaching

It’s Danny Gillan. Or is it Mary Sue?

And that’s it for this year. I hope to have many more interesting writery-type guests in 2012, so please keep following!

Wishing you all health, happiness and writing success in 2012.

Sue

(ps I have no idea why Perry’s link is a different colour – I expect he’s just showing off)

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