All posts by: Harry Scott

  • Field and clouds
It’s been a bit quiet recently on the blog – for which, my apologies. I’m working on a ‘how-to’ book about self-publishing, I’m selling my house, I’m freelancing to pay...
  • City at night
In the second instalment of my  The Write Place series of interviews about exactly where authors work, I speak to Margaret Skea. Margaret is an award-winning author whose latest book,...
  • Field and clouds
As a writer, I’m generally open to new ideas. I have always adored writing since I was small, but there’s still no doubt it can sometimes be a chore –...
  • Eiffel Tower
Crime writer Keith Dixon isn’t the type of author to just bang out novels and stories without due care and attention. He’s studied the genres he works in with the...
  • Shell sign
Richard Dee is proof positive that authors aren’t all cut from the same cloth. A man drawn to water, Richard was at sea for some 40 years, and spent 20...
  • Shooting stars
My last book, Wiggaz With Attitude (written under my other pen name) despite being plotted throughout,  took me eight years to write and publish. That’s because I worked full-time, freelanced in...
  • field at dusk
When I was umming and ahhing about giving up my stressful job in digital marketing at the end of 2016 and getting back to the one thing I genuinely love...
  • Plane and tower
In The Write Place series, I’ll be speaking to a series of excellent self-published writers about exactly where and how they write. I’m typing this on a sofa, laptop on...
  • Dramatic sunset
Welcome to the very first The Write Track interview in a new and, hopefully, long-lived series. It’s an attempt to shine the light on the everyday, unsung success stories of...
  • A satellite dish
On September 7 of this year, Michael Kozlowski published a piece on his GoodEReader site entitled ‘We live in a literary world of terrible self-published books’ (I’m loathe to link...