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When did you last check your Amazon Author Page?

It has been an interesting week. Having just published Ani’s latest collection,  ‘Doggerel‘, reissued her ‘Notes from a Small Dog‘ and published a new edition of my fantasy, ‘Swords of Destiny‘, I did something I seldom think to do, I … Continue reading

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Under pressure…

Let’s be fair, we all need a bit of help now and then. Especially writers. Whether it’s a word we seem to have forgotten how to spell… every time we use it too… the correct placing of punctuation or a … Continue reading

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When It’s Time To Commit #CoverReveal for Marriage Unarranged~ Ritu Bhathal

Reblogged from Ritu Bhathal: It’s been a while, and for that, I apologise, my dear readers. I haven’t been wallowing in a puddle of misery because I got another rejection. Nothing like that. Unfortunately it has been my health that … Continue reading

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Writer, is Formatting Your Manuscript a Headache? ~ Rachael Ritchey

Reblogged from Rachael Ritchey: One thing that I’ve learned over time is that there are some specific (though not set in stone) requirements to the formatting of a manuscript. Tweet How it looks and how it works do matter! In … Continue reading

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Elmore Leonard – Guest Post by, Andrew Joyce… at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: Elmore Leonard was an American writer who wrote nearly fifty novels, twenty-six of which were made into movies with stars such as Paul Newman, John Travolta, and Russell Crowe. He was awarded the Edgar … Continue reading

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Back Up Your Writing! – Guest Post at TRSA by Jaq D Hawkins…

Reblogged from TRSA: I was a relative latecomer to the computer age. As a writer, I went from typewriter to dedicated word processor and my files were kept on floppy disk. Remember those? I also still have rather a lot … Continue reading

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Readers’ Letters – Why You Should Write One ~ Esther Newton

Reblogged from Esther at estherchiltonblog: Did you know that you can earn around £200 pounds a month from writing readers’ letters? They’re a form of writing that’s often dismissed, but they shouldn’t be ignored – whether you’re new to the … Continue reading

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Guest author: Deborah Jay – #Writers, be true to yourself

Rather a grand headline, I know, but you’ll understand where I’m coming from as you read further. Amongst other things, I am a writer. Those ‘other things’ include caring for an elderly parent (two, until recently), and running a full-time … Continue reading

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Guest author: Lyn Horner – Finding your cross-genre niche

First of all, I want to express my thanks to Sue for having me on her site once again. It’s great to be back! I am a cross-genre author. By that, I mean my fiction books are a mix of … Continue reading

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How to write a book…

There are more books being written and published at this moment in time than ever before. Self publishing has opened the doors to a global sharing of imagination and knowledge, but when you pick up the proverbial pen for the … Continue reading

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