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Writer’s Wheel Magazine Issue 6 Jul 24 2015

Welcome to the sixth midsummer issue of Writer’s Wheel, the FREE online creative writing magazine from Compass Books. In this issue N. E. David discusses the changing character of literary ficti...

Have you enough material for a full length book? Jul 23 2015

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How to Write a Chiller Thriller book offer. Last few days! Jul 22 2015

Ever wanted to create chiller thrillers with a difference, with memorable characters and truly chilling plots? Well Sally Spedding tells you how and her eBook is only 99p/99c on Amazon (may be subject...

JULY GIVEAWAY AT GOODREADS Jul 17 2015

Compass Points: The Pagan Writer’s Guide offers beginners advice on how to get their work published in pagan community magazines and mainstream MB&S publications.  Giveaway runs between 20th-30...

How to find the perfect form for your poem Jul 16 2015

Poetry is a very personal thing and, if, like me, you’ve often been confused by contemporary poetry you can do no better than to read A Practical Guide to Poetry Forms by Alison Chisholm, who always...

SPECIALISE ... SPECIALISE ... SPECIALISE Jul 9 2015

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Desiring Dragons

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a 21-day sensory workout for writers

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