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21 Quite Useful Things to Do With a Book; aside from read it…

Paperback purists, please proceed directly to the end of the article, whistle for a few minutes and forget you ever started reading this article.

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Is Social Media Important for Authors? Ask Anthony

How do you get the reading public to talk about your latest book? Read our Top Tips from Anthony Ravenwood for a few ideas.

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Top Advice For Entering Writing Competitions

If writing competitions are your bag, be sure to read our white-hot tips for ensuring you’re in with a great chance of winning what’s on offer.

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Can You Pot Your Summer into a Short Story or Poem?

If it’s quirky & has entertaining read-back value, why not sling it in as an entry to the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize! We’ll plant a tree for every entry

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How to Present Your Manuscript in 10 Easy Steps

A solid & comprehensive framework that will help move your project on from digital dots to printed paper at a smooth steady and professional pace

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Update on 'Action Plan for Living With an Alcoholic' by Lilly Laine

A self-help book for partners of alcoholics. 154 pages packed with solutions that help the reader deal with one of the biggest demons of our time

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Two steps forward, one step back.

How to motivate yourself to get your book finished. Simon West spends some time not writing his novel but cogitating about how to complete it.

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The Ideal Accompaniments

We are delighted to re-post a blog entry made on Tracey West’s website. She is our sustainable living and more recently, divorce author and …

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How to Deal With a Negative Critique

An interesting therianthropy occurs once you put your head above the parapet (and pen to paper) and share your views on your specialist subject

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Give in to the Midnight Oil

If there’s one thing we know about creative writing – being passionate lovers of the English word ourselves of course – it’s that the inspiration…