Author Archive: Roz Morris
I'm Roz Morris: writer, bestselling ghostwriter, writing blogger, editor with a top London literary consultancy. Author of a very bossy writing book called Nail Your Novel: Why Writers Abandon Books And How You Can Draft, Fix and Finish With Confidence. On Kindle. In print. First novel as myself: My Memories of a Future Life. (More here.) Out August 2011.
Find me at my web homes Roz Morris and Nail Your Novel.com.
Find me on Twitter @dirtywhitecandy and @ByRozMorris. Like me on Facebook.
Like most of us, I began writing with the hope of creating the kind of novels I most wanted to read. While I tried to figure out what that was, I was lucky to land a minor ghostwriting job, which led to more. Writing as someone else came easily. I could submerge in another person’s […]
Roz Morris has been a good friend of Women Writers, Women Books and written for us before. We invited her to give us an update on what she was doing, not our usual guest essay. – Anora McGaha, Editor In May I released the second book in my Nail Your Novel series. Fans have been […]
The first time someone talks to you because they’ve read your novel, it is very peculiar. The novel I have just published – My Memories of a Future Life – is about a classical pianist who has to stop playing because of a mysterious injury. Her desperation and her search for a cure are the […]
There are two ways to drive from the South-East of England to the South-West. One is the M5 motorway; six lanes, wide visibility, smooth going. The other is the narrow, secretive A303. The A303 is the old road. The storytellers’ road. For most of its length it is a slender dual carriageway. It rolls on […]