When medieval historical fiction author Tony Riches contacted me to say that he had a fab guest blog post up his sleeve Iwas over the moon.
When I read his guest blog post I felt like one of my big writing related questions had been answered. The question being – why should you consider writing a trilogy?
Prior to Tony’s guest post, I spent a lot of time thinking about why you should consider writing a trilogy. I came up with the following points:
- You should write a trilogy if you secretly crave literary pain. Writing one book won’t come close to satisfying your literary pain needs, so you need to write three in quick succession to get your fix.
- You should write a trilogy if you can’t think of a way to end your story and you strongly believe that come the end of writing the third book you…
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