So you want to tell your story? We’ve all got one inside us! But you want to tell it and you want to get it out there, perhaps make some money on the side? Awesome! Let’s discuss.
Cason’s story of debauchery manages to break the ice between him and his boss, yet Cason is hiding a secret that’s eating him up a little.
Why are some popular books looked down on for their literary value, even when they make lots of money and garner incredible amounts of attention?
For me, writing and ‘publishing’ my first piece of work was SO scary. There were just too many things running on my head that kept saying ‘NO, don’t do it!’ Here’s how I overcame them.
Fiction or non fiction? Drama or comedy? People come from all walks of life. Experiences vary and your interpretation will determine the book you wish to portray.
A Mary Sue is a perfect gal. She’s also a bit boring to say the least. Sorry, Mary! But let’s explore why this is and how we can avoid you, or better yet, make you a little more interesting.
Are you curious as to whether your self-published book will be snapped up by a literary agent or publisher? Let’s explore the reality.
Cason is back home after his day out paint balling. But he’s unsure if life as a Londoner is all it’s cracked up to be.
Paint flies from all angles, yet the only thing in Cason’s mind is Mr Gareth Fleischer. Cason just can’t seem to shake the discomfort that his tattooed painter is far from what he expected.
Cason and Dominique meet the Tattooed painter Gareth for a day out, only to find there are multiple surprises in store for both of them.