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Top writing pages that you need to follow

  Are you serious about improving your Writing and Publishing skills? Then you need to follow people who have succeeded at it. Writing, of any kind, is a lifelong apprenticeship. Whether you write novels, articles for newspapers, agony aunt columns or special interest blogs, you will refine your craft the longer you practice it. The […]

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Tips for writing your first novel

  Whether you only want to write a book as a bucket list item, or are dreaming of being a full-time author, this journey you are about to embark on will be one of the most memorable ones in your life. It will also be one of the toughest and most frustrating, so let’s get […]

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Tackling Multiple Writing Projects – The chance to dovetail your work

  By the nature of the writing workflow which authors have to go through, it became obvious to me early on in my journey that there would be times where I would not be writing. Having spoken to other authors, it seems to be an overall consensus that you need time away between drafts of […]

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My Writing Process – FREE

Are you harbouring a desire to finally write that bucket-list novel? Do you already have a published paperback that you want to convert to an eBook and sell online? Every writer’s journey is different. Every Path to publishing your painstaking work is both hard but enjoyable work. It is said that you cannot learn from other […]

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Pantster vs Plotter. Which type of writer are you?

The Pantster The Plotter Which of the two is the correct way to write? So what am I? Writing any lengthy piece of work will split writers and authors into two camps. There are those who plan each step before they write and then there are those who will mull over an idea for a […]

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