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Luke Arnce

Compass Points - Edit is a Four-Letter Word by Glynis Scrivens

Glynis Scrivens

Compass Points: Creating Meaningful Dialogue by Suzanne Ruthven

Suzanne Ruthven

Fiction - The Art and the Craft by Colin  Bulman

Colin Bulman

Creating Convincing Characters by Nicholas Corder

Nicholas Corder

Compass Points: Building Your Story by Kelly  Palmer

Kelly Palmer

Be a Travel Writer, Live your Dreams, Sell your Features by Solange Hando

Solange Hando

Desiring Dragons by Kevan Manwaring

Kevan Manwaring

How To Write a Chiller Thriller by Sally Spedding

Sally Spedding

Compass Points - Photography for Writers by Simon Whaley

Simon Whaley

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Surfing the Rainbow – Visualization and Chakra Balancing for Writers by Sue Johnson.

‘Surfing the Rainbow’ combines my passion for writing and yoga. The breathing and visualization exercises will help writers in other aspects of their life – for instance when facing an appoin...

Writing Young Adult Fiction, Going against fuddy-duddy opinions by Maria Moloney

In the past year or so, articles have been written and comments made that criticise adult readers and writers of young adult fiction in a way that makes both seem shameful or embarrassing to do. It se...

Writing Groups – Stronger Together by William Mitchell

 My career as a writer actually began thanks to a writing group. In 2004, the company I worked for added a set of general interest newsgroups to its intranet, a bit like internet forums for discussin...

Course You Can - Simon Whaley

Finding time to develop your writing skills isn’t always easy, but one great way to achieve this is to go on a residential writing course. It’s a great way to escape from the distractions of life ...

Writing on the Wild Side by James Burkard

Writing is like jumping off a cliff blindfolded and trusting that you will land safely. At least that’s the way it is for me. When I started to write Eternal Life Inc., I had no idea where it was go...

Killing Your Darlings - Elen Sentier

This is something every writer has to learn to do and it’s the hardest thing. When you first write your story or book or whatever it all feels wonderful and you’re likely sure it actually is wonde...

Sense of Place by Judy Hall

“Glastonbury is a gateway to the Unseen. It has been a holy place and pilgrim-way from time immemorial, and to this day it sends its ancient call into the heart of the race it guards, and still we a...

How to Improve Your Chances of Winning a Short Story Competition by Susan Johnson

Pick up any writing magazine and you will find dozens of short story competitions. If you are keen to hone your craft and learn more, the ones that offer critiques by established authors are definitel...

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