Prose is one of the most popular literary works. Many authors prefer writing prose because it has several options. You can choose to use your imaginations, write based on facts or even combine your writing with poetry. Prose fiction is one form of prose. Like other types, it’s written straightforwardly. But it also has what separates it from others. This post explains what prose fiction is and how you can write killer prose fiction. First, let’s answer the question, what is prose fiction? Prose friction is a form of prose that is written from the author’s imagination. It’s a made-up story...
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Satirical magazine Private Eye will mark 60 years in October with the release of a celebratory book viewing six decades as they were recorded in its pages.
HarperVoyager has announced a weekend of fantasy and science fiction panels for readers and writers in September, headlined by Jay Kristoff.
Ilex Press will publish a book to accompany the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, to showcase the winning and commended entries in each of the competition’s sections.
Pan Macmillan has landed a “beautiful” new book from Amanda Owen, star of Channel 5 show “Our Yorkshire Farm”.
Penguin Michael Joseph has acquired the first book from clinical psychologist Dr Michaela Dunbar.
UCLan Publishing has acquired the “funny and heart-warming” first teen novel from author and bookseller Katie Clapham.
Retailer AwesomeBooks is giving a copy of every book sold on its site to the National Literary Trust (NLT), which will match them to children and schools who need them.