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My class 'Those Killer First Chapters: Getting the attention of agents and editors' is back. Waterstones Piccadilly, London, July 2.

My class ‘Those Killer First Chapters: Getting the attention of agents and editors’ is back. Waterstones Piccadilly, London, July 2.

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Just 2 Places Left for Sat Feb 6

Just two places left for my class this Saturday Feb 6 in the beautiful Waterstones Piccadilly, London. Come to the biggest bookshop in Europe and learn about starting your novel off and getting those all important first killer chapters ready for submission to editors and agents. 22 more words

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'Those Killer First Chapters' London, Feb 6

I’m teaching a new class. Here’s the details. I hope to see some of you there.

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Looking Like a Pro - Reading Live

Reading for Word Factory at Waterstones Piccadilly this week was a whole lot of fun. It was great to read alongside friends and colleagues. I can remember only a couple of years ago being so terrified I stopped reading and froze after just a few lines. 261 more words

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Susie Wild Reviews The Good Son in Bare Fiction

Another wonderful review of The Good Son, this time from Susie Wild in Bare Fiction Magazine. Read the whole thing by clicking the link… 148 more words

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Waterstones Piccadilly Xmas Evening. Dec 3

My final reading of this year is in the biggest bookshop in Europe (it’s also rather beautiful) Waterstones Piccadilly, London, on December 3 at 6.30pm. It’s part of their Christmas celebrations and Word Factory have been asked to do a literary salon. 152 more words

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Diriye Osman Praises Word Factory & The Good Son

In this touching article for the Huffington Post, Polari Prize-winning author Diriye Osman talks about his fear of reading his work live. He praises Word Factory, where I’m the Associate Director. 122 more words

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