Monday, 1 November 2021

What does it take to be a successful writer? Pauline Rowson explains


Pauline Rowson's crime novels
It’s often said that you should write what you know, but I don't agree. I’ve never committed a murder, or been a police officer, and neither am I married to one. Before I started writing my crime novels I had limited experience and knowledge of the law. I’d never been to autopsy, (and still haven't) yet after many trials and tribulations I finally got the job as a crime writer. I now have twenty four published crime novels under my belt and more to come. So what does it take to become a successful writer? Here's my take on some of the basic requirements.

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