How Writers Write launched in 2015. It was intended to be a series of guest posts where established writers invited you into their workspaces, revealed their work habits and shared their experience. It ended up taking on a life of its own, generating traffic and comments from around the world.
This year has seen contributions from
- Keith Brooke
- Neil Williamson
- Ruth EJ Booth
- Jaine Fenn
- Stephen Palmer
- Jacey Bedford
- Ian Creasey
- Alma Alexander
- Juliet E McKenna
One thing that I think we’ve all learned is this: everyone writes in their own way. Saying that, there are number of things we have in common. Writers may have different ways of keeping notes, of planning out stories and redrafting, but they all do those things. Budding writers take note!
How Writers Write will continue next year featuring, amongst others, the following very talented writers: Mike Cobley, Tricia Sullivan, Martin Griffin, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Chris Beckett, Eric Brown and Ian Whates
I’ve already seen some of the new contributions: they are as varied and fascinating as those we’ve already had.
For the moment, though: thank you to all the writers who contributed, and thank you to everyone who has followed this blog this year.
Merry Christmas, and here’s to a happy 2016!