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  • Wow, that view! But not so inspiring for writing…

    Wow, that view! But not so inspiring for writing…

    “When Sam McColl told me that she spends most of the year in her cabin on the beautiful remote Scottish lochs I assumed, like many people, that it must be the ideal writer’s retreat. But it turns out that I could not have been more wrong. Here, Sam talks about the challenges and distractions of nature and solitude for someone who writes about city family life” - Ben Cameron

  • Five Tips to Increasing Productivity for Authors

    Five Tips to Increasing Productivity for Authors

    One of the most difficult things about being an author is to get down the words. You spend days thinking about writing, then the time comes to sit down to write and every possible distraction gets in the way. From social media, to shopping, and paying your bills, all of it gets in your way when you switch on the laptop and open the page of the manuscript.

  • How to Approach Blogs for Book Reviews or Coverage – Make It Personal!

    How to Approach Blogs for Book Reviews or Coverage – Make It Personal!

    Bloggers can be a powerful way to spread the word about your book but too few authors know how to find the most appropriate ones and how to approach them.

  • Why I Write Books for Boys (Hint: Because They Need Them)

    Why I Write Books for Boys (Hint: Because They Need Them)

    The last thing I had intended to do was to write YA Dystopian Trilogy. I had originally planned to write an adult thriller and was almost ready to start the hard work. However, during my planning stage, I had set three questions for my lead character.

  • We Are All Book Reviewers Now!

    We Are All Book Reviewers Now!

    There is no area of book publicity that has changed more over the last few years then the ‘book review’.

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