On the whole, it’s simple. British authors write books. They send them to UK literary agents – almost always based in or close to London. A British agent finds a British publisher. Then, once that first crucial deal is in … Continue reading
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- Supporting characters in fiction: how to make yours strong, memorable and useful
- Writers in conversation: Ava Marsh & Marnie Riches
- The fuckety index: how much bad language is allowed in your novel?
- Story structure in the novel: enrich your fiction with Hollywood tips
- Festival Success and overcoming Big Scary Things: Jo Cannon’s story
- Amanda Saint: How the Writers’ Workshop helped me write a novel that got a publisher
- How to build a writing habit. A guest post from Bec Evans
- Me and My Literary Agent – Getting an Agent and the Deal you Really Want
- Kerry Fisher: My top five reasons for coming to the Festival of Writing.
- Social media & social reading – an author’s view