‘Treat writing like a job’ – Award-winning writer R. K. Gold shares writing tips with Author Advice

R.K. Gold


R.K. Gold is an internationally published poet and author. Born in Buffalo, NY, he eventually graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelors degree in English. An avid fan of commercial fiction he will often state his two literary heroes are Kurt Vonnegut and Stephen King.

Gold published his first book, Just Under the Sky with Weasel Press and hopes to one day not only carve out his own magical realism niche in the literary world, but to also stand out for philanthropic endeavours.



My Three Top Tips for Writers

1. Treat writing like a job
Don’t just write when you feel inspiration, write like it’s a 9 to 5.
2. If you’re not writing…
3. Write first, edit later
Ride the momentum to finish the rough draft. It’ll be bad, but that’s what editing is for.

R.K. Gold was first published by Weasel Press, in Texas. He is signed for two books in 2016; the first is a novella titled Brinwood and the second is a novel called God Hates You Too.

Just Under the Sky can be found at most ebook distributors and paperback from Amazon ($2.99 / $15.95) at www.amazon.com/Just-Under-Sky-R-Gold/dp/0692440593.

To find out more about R.K. Gold visit the website www.rkgoldcreations.com or blog http://www.rkgoldcreations.com/writing-tipsblog .


About Donna-Louise Bishop

I'm a writer, freelance reporter, creative writing tutor, and blogger, living in the beautiful county of Norfolk UK. In my spare time I am also a wife, a mother to three boys, and a human washing machine.
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