I’ve been rather slack on the blogging front recently, not enough hours in the day, and various writing deadlines that I am desperately trying to make. But I’m here and I’m back and I’m rather proud to preview a blog that is infintely more informative than mine has been of recent.
Triskele Books, the author’s collective, last month launched it’s new blog. And as part of the regular posts, it’s inclusion of Triskele Toolbox, as a resource and regularly updated advice column for writers, has proved really popular.
Already on there you can read snippets of my interview with Sir Richard Taylor and cross-media options for authors, the fundamentals of good cover design from the talented Jane Dixon-Smith, and today’s general post gives an insight into the world of historical fiction research from Liza Perrat.
The link is below and I’d be delighted if you could add us to your blogroll and share the journey.