“The Beginner Writer: How to write – and finish – your first book” by  Geetanjali Mukherjee: Resources for Writers

 “The Beginner Writer: How to write – and finish – your first book” by  Geetanjali Mukherjee

A great resource for the new writer

So, you want to be a writer, but you’re not really sure how to get started? Geetanjali Mukherjee’s The Beginner Writer: How to write – and finish – your first book”, might be what you need to get you started.

When you embark on the writing journey you may find yourself overwhelmed by the expectations of yourself and others, a lack of clarity as to where to start, and feelings of inadequacy and imposter syndrome.  Mukherjee has published works through traditional publishing houses, and through her own self-publishing imprint. She understands what you are going through.

In her easy to access guide she explores what it means to be a writer, provides relatable examples and easy to follow hints and tips to get you started on your journey.

Topics examined include:

  • Ideas, how to get them and what to do with them
  • Researching your book
  • Plotting out your novel (or not) and planning your writing
  • First drafts
  • Time management
  • Dealing with writer’s block, and

“The Beginner Writer: How to write – and finish – your first book” is a great place for the new writer to start and offers plenty of reminders and refreshers for those further into their craft. A valuable resource.

Available through your local Amazon store.

My review of “Darkness for Light” by Emma Viskic is now os the Sisters In Crime site

“Darkness for Light” – Review through “Sisters in Crime” Australia

Author:  Emma Viskic

Publisher/Year:  Echo Publishing/2019

Publisher description

The third thrilling instalment in the award-winning Caleb Zelic series.

After a lifetime of bad decisions troubled PI Caleb Zelic is finally making good ones. He’s in therapy, reconnecting with the Deaf community, and reconciling with his beloved wife.

But he can’t escape his past.

A violent confrontation forces Caleb back into contact with his double-crossing partner, Frankie. When her niece is kidnapped, Frankie and Caleb must work together to save the child’s life. But their efforts will risk everything, including their own lives.

Reviewer: Sarah Jackson

Engaging, fast-moving, gripping

You can read the full review of “Darkness for Light” By Emma Viskic on the Sisters in Crime webpage