In Their Own Write

In Their Own Write Advice and insights from published authors

  • Meet the Illustrator: Aśka
    by intheirownwrite on August 17, 2017 at 6:23 pm

     Aśka’s top tip for aspiring illustrators: People say that a lot of it is luck. That is true. But luck is a statistical concept. If you want to play the numbers game you have to be in it! So make sure you enter all the competitions, challenge yourself with unusual illustration projects, join groups, try … Continue reading Meet the Illustrator: Aśka […]

  • Back Story #1: Characters have their say
    by intheirownwrite on August 11, 2017 at 2:10 am

    ‘A sob story?’ I heard Matt say. He hitched an eyebrow. ‘You’ve got to be joking. You don’t write serious stories.’ I ignored him. After all, who did he think was writing this story? By Teena Raffa I didn’t plan on writing a light and fluffy romance for the Serenity Press romance anthology, A Bouquet … Continue reading Back Story #1: Characters have their say […]

  • Meet the Author: Rebecca Jackson
    by intheirownwrite on July 28, 2017 at 5:27 am

    REBECCA’S TOP WRITING TIP: There will be many times in the writing process when you doubt yourself, your gifts, your message. You may even want to give up. In these times, know that this is just a moment in time and give yourself some extra love and compassion because it will pass. Rebecca Jackson is … Continue reading Meet the Author: Rebecca Jackson […]

  • Meet the Author: Matt Towner
    by intheirownwrite on July 21, 2017 at 1:51 am

    Matt’s top tip for aspiring authors: Never give up and if I can help you to get started I am happy to at www.travellerstaleswriters.com   Matt Towner graduated from university in Brisbane, Australia in 1989 with a BA in Journalism. Afterwards, he set out to explore the world where he was inspired to write about … Continue reading Meet the Author: Matt Towner […]

  • Meet the Author: Michael Fitzgerald
    by intheirownwrite on July 7, 2017 at 12:48 am

    Michael’s top tip for aspiring authors: Embrace difficulty and keep curious and alive to the process. Don’t think too much about what’s hovering over the horizon, but stay focused on what’s there on the page. Keep moving those words around and trust they will show you the way. Michael Fitzgerald lives on a lush gully … Continue reading Meet the Author: Michael Fitzgerald […]