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Emotion is something of which some writers are wary, preferring to produce work without revealing too much of themselves.However, for many other writers, there cannot be fiction without a sense of themselves in it.For some authors, there is always part of them peering through, their fears, their hopes, their aspirations, their take on life. They may not say ‘and this is me’ but it is there all the same. For many authors, writing has to be a deeply personal art.Of course, it is not all…See More
Join crime writer John Dean at the Darlington Arts Festival Literary Day on Saturday May 26. John, the creator of the DCI John Blizzard and DCI Jack Harris series, who has had 16 novels published and is currently with The Book Folks of London, will talk about where his ideas come from.Price: Free event, no booking requiredPlace: Library Room at Friends Meeting House, SkinnergateDate and time: 26th May 4pm-5pmFull programme details at…See More
Crime novelist and creative writing tutor John Dean has launched an online Crime Fiction Course.John, author of 12 novels published by Robert Hale, and the creator of DCI John Blizzard and DCI Jack Harris, also runs Inscribe Media Ltd, which is based in Darlington in North East England, which will be offering the course.The online course, which runs in eight parts and can begin at a time and date to suit the student, will help writers to improve their technique and improve their chances of…See More
For some writers, stories always start with a place, somewhere that strikes them so forcibly that the story unfolds around them.Other writers start with a character, someone so interesting, so intriguing that they can almost tell the story on their own.Other writers begin with the story itself, an idea inspired by a newspaper snippet, something someone says, a sudden sense of ’what if?’Some write for additional reasons, to get a point over, to add to our knowledge of the world or to make us…See More
There’s an old saying that if you are not a humorous person, don’t try to write humour.Well, it is only part-true. It is certainly the case that a straight-laced, humourless person might well struggle to write side-splitting comedy but if you are an author, that might not be a good enough excuse.Why? Because humour is vital to creating good fiction. Even if you are not writing an out-and-out comic piece, humour has a role to perform.For a start, it can create light against the dark. Take an…See More