The July issue of Writing Magazine is out. Patrick Gale is interviewed by Judith Spelman talking about everything from The Aerodynamics of Pork to new novel A Perfectly Good Man. Eden’s Garden author Juliet Greenwood discusses exploring her character’s interior lives. Agent Madeleine Milburn examines what makes a successful women’s fiction submission and with tongue in cheek, Birthdays for the Dead crime writer Stuart MacBride describes his working day. Debut author Liz Fenwick looks back on how she got her novel The Cornish House published and Tony Rossiter reveals the keys to the success of bestselling writer Carole Matthews.
More besides, including the regular columns, a cautionary blogging tale, writer’s holidays, the pleasures and pitfalls of Pinterist for writers, fiction and non-fiction writing columns, advice and tips, poetry, competitions, and my usual market reports and news roundups in Writers’ News.