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If people are talking about the topic, it's news!

If you’re writing about real events it helps to know what to seek. Find the news.

How do you know what is news? News is anything that interests or affects people. 23 more words


Book Review: Sugar and Snails by Anne Goodwin

 ‘Sugar and Snails’ by Anne Goodwin (July 2015: Inspired Quill)

Reviewing a book which cradles a storyline secret in the first half means it’s hard to avoid spoilers, but I’ll do my best. 1,197 more words


Pulitzer winner pens foreword

Top editor Manny Garcia wrote the following for 7 Days to a Byline That Pays.

7 Days to a Byline That Pays is a terrific guide for aspiring journalists. 141 more words


This New Characterization Technique Could Transform Your Writing

This New Characterization Technique Could Transform Your Writing

by Kellie McGann
Characterization is one of the most important aspects of writing good fiction. Characterization is what gives authors the power to sway their readers. 1,092 more words

Advice To Writers

Keep your heart light

G.K. Chesterton expert John Lawing spent a career teaching the next generation of wordsmiths to write well without losing their sense of humor. John Vernon Lawing joined C.S. 125 more words


Striking the Motherlode

Well, I have a gift for you today. NO, it’s not a book. Phew!

A friend of mine shared a link with me, and when I opened it, I gasped. 239 more words

The Adventure Of Writing

Nature Writing Course

How could you not feel inspired to write by a view like this?

If you would like to improve your skills then come along to one of the nature writing courses I am running as part of the Up on the Downs festival which is taking place  between the 25th July and the 9th August. 131 more words