Why I self-published my novels

That’s the first question indie authors have to answer, isn’t it? Most self-published authors have to ask themselves if they wish to seek a traditional publishing deal for their books (i.e. “trad pub”) if they want to take responsibility for everything and upload their manuscripts to distribution sites themselves (i.e. “self pub”). I think myContinue reading “Why I self-published my novels”

Anatomy of a Book Opening: Daughters of Night by Laura Shepherd-Robinson

A good novel will hook its reader from the first page. A great novel will lay out the themes and central conflict(s) within the first chapter. Here, I take a look at some of my favourite books, explaining why I believe their openings work so well. Daughters of Night is the sequel to Laura Shepherd-Robinson’sContinue reading “Anatomy of a Book Opening: Daughters of Night by Laura Shepherd-Robinson”