Writers SG Smith and Richard Nichols caught up recently to discuss SG’s novel Te Kereru and what it means to write speculative fiction on the edge of a super-volcano
You may have heard the recent news about media giant Amazon. But never mind the Bezos-Godin Doppelgänger effect… have you read any of my short stories?
Plot Twist…! Guy Fawkes Versus The 5 Number Summary. I know you’ve heard of the gunpowder treason and plot. But have you heard of the Box and Whisker Plot?
Mangos or Mangroves? Imagine My Surprise When I Found Out These are 2 Deservedly Different Things. Mangos contain less vitamin C than Kiwifruit though
How To Self-Publish Your Book on Gumroad: 7 Things To Do That Are So Easy They’re Ridiculous by Graeme Smith
Free Writing: 2 Ways You Can Use It to Supercharge Your Writing. Learn how to use free writing to improve your writing skills.
Are you looking for some new fiction to read? Wanna read some new New Zealand…
Tweets are fine, but really what people want is long-form content. By that I mean, well-written and interesting articles, essays and blog posts that really dig down into issues and content. But how are YOU going to get started writing great long-form content?
What should I read during the Covid-19 Lockdown? You should read Te Kererū by SG Smith. Free download and free audio introduction here.
Long-form. There are just three things you need to know if you want to write long-from content. And this is true for writing blogs and articles on online or in an academic context.