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:

What to Put in the Back Matter of Your Book

  •   Feb 21, 2017   •  

The back matter of your books is a powerful marketing tool. Anyone who has read that far is clear...     more »

The Joys and Perils of Writing Steampunk

  •   Apr 4, 2017   •  

Over the past twenty years, steampunk has transformed from an obscure and tin...     more »

Science Fiction Settings that Sell

  •   Apr 25, 2017   •  

Like fantasy and historical fiction, science fiction is as reliant on world building as it is on...     more »

Exercises for Fleshing Out Interesting Characters

  •   May 2, 2017   •  

Characters are the most essential part of any story. The more interesting the characters, the mor...     more »

Short Story Tips: Writing the Beginning

  •   Jun 20, 2017   •  

Short stories are one of the most valuable tools in a writer’s arsenal. They provide a calling ca...     more »

Short Story Tips: Writing the Middle

  •   Jun 27, 2017   •  

The middle of a story is often the most neglected part. We get so focused on an engaging start an...     more »

Short Story Tips: Writing the End

  •   Jul 4, 2017   •  

You’ve set everything up, you’ve gone through the character development, and...     more »