Write Romance with Ally Blake Feature Image

“If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day, so I never have to live without you.” (A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh) There are so many romance novels nowadays. Go into any bookstore and you will find tons of romance literature on the shelves. Despite that,…

Women Fight Scene Featured Image

Fight scenes, both in film and print, are one of the cornerstones of great action. When done well, they pack a major punch and up the ante in any story. When they’re not, readers will be left skimming the page and viewers switching off. It may seem easy enough to do these scenes justice; punching,…

C.W.MasterClass Blog Feature Image

If there’s one thing every writer knows, it’s that the internet is littered with tips, tricks, and how-tos that promise to turn you into an overnight bestseller. You can spend hours trawling through websites, blogs, and social media posts looking for guidance. Not to mention all the books on grammar, writing, publishing, marketing, and even…

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“We are all now connected by the Internet, like neurons in a giant brain.” These are the words of Stephen Hawking and I’m not one to argue with genius. As (aspiring) authors and writers we should take these words to heart. If we wish to make money from selling books we need to connect with…

What makes a great action scene? by Aiki Flinthart

How do you write an exciting fight scene like those in the movies? Bad news…you can’t, because movies are visual. What you can do is leverage a book’s big advantage: deep POV. Sensory immersion. Aaannnd now we get to the tricky bit. Because the big fight is actually a war between reality vs fiction. How…

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