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I remember writing the worlds “the end” on the first draft of my debut novel. Then I sat back, looked at the ceiling, and was suddenly and painfully struck by a thought...
I’d spent so many months (maybe even years) planning, drafting, and practising my writing that I had no idea what to do once I actually finished the thing.
Months of intense research followed, at the end of which I decided to publish my books independently. I’ve now written eight in two series, got several Amazon bestseller tags, and started to make a bit of money too.
In this presentation, I’ll tell you
- What I discovered after writing those last painful words ('the end')
- Why I decided to go ‘indie’
- Some dos and don’t I’ve picked up along the way
If you’ve written a book, are pushing your way through the messy writing process, or just want a little peek behind the scenes, then make sure you catch this presentation.
- You can find information about my books and writing on my website: Luke Richardson Author
- Grab a free copy of my novel, Koh Tao
LUKE RICHARDSON is a writer of thriller novels and a total travel addict. His novels follow the exploits of Leo and Allissa, a pair of missing person’s detectives. They travel the world looking for people who’ve dropped off the map. But, as you’d expect, each case is much more complex than it first seems.
He loves imagining the characters in his books, discovering their motivations, and sometimes (but not always) delivering them the justice they deserve. More than that, though, he loves exploring the places his books are set. The locations of his stories are as much a character as the people.
Luke is based in England but travels as often as time and (in unfortunate recent times) other forces will allow. He used to teach English in a secondary (high) school but gave that up last year to focus on my writing. He also works as a DJ in nightclubs, which he hopes to return to again before long.