To continue my semi-regular series of posts, here's a round up of writerly-type posts I've come across over the last couple of days...
In this piece, novelist Polly Courtney explains why she has dropped her publisher HarperCollins in frustration at having her books presented as chick lit.
This link will take you to a video in which author/comedian Charlie Higson talks about writing for children and young adults.
Here's an interesting piece on the growing trend of aspiring writers not being keen readers.
Sarah Pinborough talks about 'the Blur', that place where all writers dwell, on her blog.
Anyone who's ever said they want to write, but has never actually finished anything, needs to read this post by m'colleague James Swallow.
Not exactly a writer talking about writing, but out of interest the list of books for World Book Night 2012 has been published. There are a fair few genre fiction titles on the list. Let's just hope the programming schedule for the night doesn't ignore SF/F and Horror again, like last year.
If you follow the Floor to Ceiling Books blog you'll already know that Magemanda is away on holiday. Having had her trip planned for some time, she asked her friends to write guest posts for her blog. Well she's now posted the list on her blog and my guest post 'On the Stigma of Being a Tie-In Novelist' will appear, appropriately enough, on 25 September - Games Day!
To continue the theme, William King talks about how he goes about writing a tie-in novel here.
And then, just to finish things off, here's Adelie High's latest video in which Dan Abnett talks about the very process of Writing.