Author Andrew Knighton

Andrew is a Yorkshire based ghostwriter, responsible for writing many books in other people's names. He's had over fifty stories published in his own name in places such as Daily Science Fiction and Wily Writers. His steampunk adventure series, The Epiphany Club, is out now in all e-book formats, and the first volume, Guns and Guano, is available for free from Amazon or Smashwords. You can find free stories and links to more of his books at and follow him on Twitter where he’s @gibbondemon.

Andrew Knighton's Contributions:

Why Every Story Needs Some Humour, Including Yours

  •   Jul 12, 2016   •  

A touch of comedy is useful for any story. It humanises characters and creates variety in even th...     more »

The Power of Genre

  •   Aug 3, 2016   •  

It’s sometimes said that genre is a bookseller’s issue, not a writer’s one. Genre exists to group...     more »

How to Write Convincing Historical Fiction

  •   Sep 13, 2016   •  

Historical fiction can be among the most rewarding things to write, and the most challenging. The...     more »

How Long Should My Story Be?

  •   Oct 5, 2016   •  

Different lengths of story serve very different purposes. Partly this is about the art: how big i...     more »

How to Get Book Reviews like a Pro

  •   Oct 25, 2016   •  

Reviews can make or break a book. They provide social validation, showing that people like your b...     more »

Why You Need a Mailing List and How to Grow One

  •   Oct 26, 2016   •  

A mailing list is one of the most vital tools in the professional author’s arsenal. What makes it...     more »

Marketing Your Book Online

  •   Oct 31, 2016   •  

All authors have to be marketers these days. It’s true of those in the mainstream publishing indu...     more »

Marketing Your Book Offline

  •   Oct 31, 2016   •  

For indie authors in particular, online marketing has become the most efficient way to sell books...     more »