March 26, 2013 in Dag

The future of independent publishing: guest post by Dan O’Brien

Today I’m pleased to have another guest here at Dag-Lit Central. Dan O’Brien is presenting his thoughts on the future of independent publishing. The Future of Independent Publishing The digital craze that has grasped the minds of potential writers the world over appears to be something more nuanced, more original than at any other point

March 23, 2013 in Dag

Five pieces of writing advice you should completely ignore

A while back, I put up a post decrying the writing police and all those rules about writing they’re constantly posting up in various places all around. Did it make any difference? Did all of those posts describing the various rules and regulations for writing disappear on the spot? Did it immediately stop the posting

March 16, 2013 in Dag

Time to hit the off switch?

A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about the problem I was having with blogger’s block. In that post, I mentioned that I wasn’t having any problems with writer’s block. In fact, at the moment I seem to be having the opposite problem. I’m not sure what you’d call it. Writer’s unblock? No, too boring.

March 12, 2013 in Dag

Sacrifice book tour: guest post by Coral Russell

Today I’m really thrilled to have a good friend, Coral Russell, as a visitor. Coral is one of the founders of The Indie Exchange, and an excellent writer in her own right. Today, as part of her Sacrifice Book Tour, she’s telling us (or rather, showing us) how drugs get into the US. Once you’re done

March 11, 2013 in Dag

The birth of a character: guest post by Karen Pokras Toz

This is a busy week here at Dag-Lit Central. Today I’m please to announce a special guest, Karen Pokras Toz, who’s paying me a visit as part of her Nate Rocks the School tour. The Birth of A Character   Today, Jonathan asked me to talk about what makes my writing stand out from the