Have you ever wondered how to improve your books? Can't find someone to help? Tune into the latest episode to discover what a beta reader is, why you need one, and how to find one. Includes a review of "The Teacher and the Astronaut" by Bokerah Brumley at the end.
Join Holly and the lovely L. L. Hunter delve off the beaten path to cover the exciting world of spin-offs. What makes a spin-off different to a sequel or prequel? Just where should you go with your spin-off? And, most important of all, should I really write this thing? Includes a review of "The Chronicles of Fire and Ice" by L. L. Hunter at the end.
Join Holly as she talks world building and all the joys that come with it. Learn how to build your world - wither real or imagined - within the mind of the reader, and how to keep to the rules you create. Includes a review of "Confronting the Demon" by Ciara Ballintyne at the end of the episode.
This week, we take a quick look back, and finish the thoughts introduced in Episode 19, approaching from the other end: How do you end your series? Includes a review of "The Night and the Land" by Matt Spence at the end.
Join Holly this week as she discusses the correct use of dialogue and the tags that follow. He said, she said, indeed! Includes a review of "The Slow Regard of Silent Things" by Patrick Rothfuss at the end.