The Rosie Project is out now and you can read our review here. You can also read our full interview with Graeme here. Here are Graeme Simsions top writing tips! 1. Planning is as important as writing. 2. Use short stories to experiment and stretch yourself. 3. Your manuscript can always be made better. 4. Join a writers' group and / or class. 5. Give attention to … [Read more...] about Graeme Simsion’s Top 5 Writing Tips
Archives for April 2013
An absolutely fantastic, funny writing room piece from Stella Newman this week. Made even better by the picture of Tina Fey (Novelicious also have her picture on their desk for the exact same reason). Over to Stella... I can never understand people who can sit in Starbucks writing their novels. I find it nigh on impossible to think when there are other people anywhere … [Read more...] about My Writing Room – Stella Newman
By Cesca Major So, when Kirsty got in touch to say someone on the Novelicious team was required to interview Danny Wallace on Skype, on the paperback publication day of his debut novel Charlotte Street, my response went a little something like this: "OhmygodIlovethatmanletmepleasethisisallIwantforChristmasandmore." Which is basically a nonchalant, "Yeah, … [Read more...] about When Cesca Met…Danny Wallace (kind of)
We've been winding you up for the past few months with hushed chatter of secrets and exciting bookish plans. We know it's been a bit annoying and we hope the wait has been worth it. Finally...the time has come to spill the proverbial beans. We are ridiculously excited to announce that today, Novelicious launches a brand new digital imprint and we are open for … [Read more...] about Novelicious Launches the Novelicious Books Imprint!
Caroline Hogg has worked in publishing for almost ten years, at Little, Brown Book Group and more recently at Avon, HarperCollins. She's currently at Pan Macmillan as Senior Commissioning Editor for Commercial Women's Fiction. She knows her stuff! Today's question comes from a Novelicious reader who asks: Do you ever/have you ever taken on an unfinished … [Read more...] about Ask the Editor – Do you ever/have you ever taken on an unfinished manuscript?