Writing Tips (from Jo Nesbø)

Jo Nesbø was born in 1960 and grew up in Molde, Norway. He is a writer, musician, former economist and he worked as a freelance journalist and a stockbroker. But, as of March 2014, more than 3 million copies of his novels have been sold in Norway, and his work has been translated into over 40 languages, selling 30 million copies worldwide. With killers, thieves, twists and tension, Jo Nesbø has cracked the secret formula for writing a bestselling crime novel. So, for anyone who admire his writing style and want to learn more about his writing rules, here are 10 of his most famous advice for aspiring authors.. Continue reading Writing Tips (from Jo Nesbø)

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Writing Tips (from H.P. Lovecraft)

He created a grand and horrific complex world of Ancient Gods and he wrote 1 or 2 novels and most of his works were short stories and novellas. Many authors of Horror Literature described him as the greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale in 20th Century and many aspiring authors paid tribute to his mentoring and encouragement. So, for anyone who wants to learn more about his writing rules and his writing style, here are some of his most famous advice for aspiring authors.. Continue reading Writing Tips (from H.P. Lovecraft)

Writing Tips (from Neil Gaiman)

Neil Gaiman born in 1960. He’s an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, audio theater and films. His notable works include the comic book series “The Sandman” and novels “Stardust”, “American Gods”, “Coraline” and “The Graveyard Book”.
Luckily, for all of us, Gaiman is very vocal regarding his success. So, for anyone who admires him and he wants to learn more about his writing rules and about his writing style, here are some of his most famous advice for aspiring authors.. Continue reading Writing Tips (from Neil Gaiman)