Trafford Publishing: Why Would Anyone Want to Write? (Part 2)

Posted on August 30, 2013 under Author Blogs
FIGS OF THE IMAGINATION By Trafford Publishing author Alan J. Yates

Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner welcomes you back as we conclude Trafford author Alan J. Yatesai??i?? two part series. In part one, Yates uncovered some critical advice to help him ignite the muse that lay dormant when trying to put pen to paper. In part two he discloses where this advice took him on his literary journey as well as extending some revered advice of his own.

Trafford Publishing: Why Would Anyone Want to Write? (Part 1)

Posted on August 28, 2013 under Author Blogs
FIGS OF THE IMAGINATION By Trafford Publishing author Alan J. Yates

Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner would like to welcome Trafford author Alan J. Yates. Where does inspiration for writing stem from? Yates has lead a decorated career which consisted of a great deal of writing, however, this career prevented him from finding the time to start writing fiction. As soon as he had retired he had the time, but like many of us, he suffered from the notorious writersai??i?? block and the page remained blankai??i?? until a crucial piece of advice from a former writing mentor was recalledai??i??

Trafford Publishing Shares 5 Tips on Plot

Posted on August 21, 2013 under Author Advice
Trafford Publishing

Trafford Publishing is aware that although you may have a great idea for your storyline, it is the smaller things within your plot that are ultimately going to keep your audience salivating for more. Although there are a multitude of techniques to fill the holes in your plot, Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner shares five tips to help you develop a substantial plot.

Trafford Publishing: The Adventures of Bird Dog and Friends

Posted on August 20, 2013 under Author Blogs
Trafford Publishing author Stephen Penberthy Stephen

There is no denying that childrenai??i??s books are an invaluable parenting source. Childrenai??i??s books introduce and instil beneficial morals and values within children along with providing contentment at the same time as Trafford Publishing author Stephen Penberthy can attest. Penberthyai??i??s acclaimed book The Adventures of Birddog and Friends was such a success that it left no doubt that a series should be borne.

Trafford Publishing author Robert P. Wells

Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner would like to give a warm welcome to Trafford Publishing author Robert P. Wells. Wells gives credit for his latest title, Wawahte, to a close friend of his ai???Moochum Joeai??i?? who inspired him to put pen to paper over half a century ago. Wells also discusses the importance of effective book-marketing tools.