“The real hard work begins once the novel is complete.” Being a writer requires hard work, dedication and a certain degree of persistence. Even then, you’re never guaranteed the traditional route of getting a book deal with a publisher. That in itself can take a lifetime of persistence, which is why self-publishing is becoming moreContinue reading “In Conversation with Debut Author Tom Bray”
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An Update for Writers
For existing and prospective writers, things are changing (slightly) Hello, I’m writing this on a sunny, Easter Sunday morning. For those of you who celebrate Easter, I hope you are having an enjoyable weekend. Things are progressing with A Thousand Lives in the right direction, and I’m very pleased that so many writers have chosen to publishContinue reading “An Update for Writers”
Costanza Casati on Becoming a Debut Author
An interview with the author of THE PRESIDENT SHOW, a new feminist dystopian novel out this March. Facing rejection is a huge part of being a writer. Whether that’s submitting an article proposal to a publication you are passionate about or sending your first book off to a literary agent. Writing a novel is no easyContinue reading “Costanza Casati on Becoming a Debut Author”
Why Should you Write on Medium?
A Thousand Lives was initially established as a publication on Medium. From there, we have grown our base and are now setting up this site to accompany it. Although we believe Medium is still one of the best places for writing, we also recognize that only publishing our content via this platform, may restrict our readership. Continue reading “Why Should you Write on Medium?”