Richard’s Musings on Writing and More
The world may have gone to hell right now, but 1st April 2020 marks a very special day in my calendar. On this day, one year ago, ‘The Burning Ash’ was finally released.
When it comes time to sit down and write the sequel, you’re left with a number of questions on how to proceed. Here’s how I approached them.
Nottingham born writer, Richard Kish, has launched his debut novel, ‘The Burning Ash’.
It’s been a long road but I’ve finally made it to a major milestone for my book: the first draft of The Burning Ash is complete.
I’m finally back on track to finish this thing once and for all. Funnily enough, I’m coming right back into it all at the climax.
I recently finished reading Stardust and it got me to thinking about one little part of my novel that I’ve struggled to decide what to do with: Swearing.
Earlier this week I hit an important milestone: I’m officially half-way through writing the first draft of my book!
One of the most important aspects of a novel is its narrative structure. Do you present your story as linear or non-linear? How does it fit into the typical three-acts?
The other day I was re-watching the severely under-rated Tomorrowland (in my opinion, anyway) and I was reminded of just how much I love the optimism the film has.