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How to Write Stories with a Twist

By Britt Malka / March 16, 2017

I’ve found two books on Amazon about writing stories with a twist. I’ve read the first one, and it was good. I just spotted the second one now, and it looks great, too.   And the “new” one:


When “free” doesn’t equal “junk”

By Britt Malka / December 11, 2015

I don’t know about you… …but when I see that something is "free," I automatically think "it must be junk." Why else would they give it away for free? Luckily there are exceptions. Like this one: ==> <== It’s a huge giveaway, available right now, with resources for writers. They are normally products you […]


“25 Minute Fiction” took my writing speed up to 3K+ (video gift)

By Britt Malka / March 25, 2015

When Ryan Leonard asked me a few months back to try his “25 minute method”, I wasn’t convinced… I was writing pretty fast already. I could easily spit out 2,000 words of non-fiction per hour. Fiction went slower, but I would normally write 750-1000 words in 45 minutes. “Try it,” he said. And I said, […]


How to Write Dialogue

By Britt Malka / September 23, 2014

Three books about writing dialogue. I highly recommend the two of them. Dialogue – The Ultimate Writers’ Guide (Kindle version) My rating: *** Some good points in the book, but it left me with the impression that something was missing. And to be honest, I remember nothing about what I read. So either I’m stupid […]