Blog Posts tagged: five things

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5 Tips for Approaching an Agent

Whether you're almost ready to hit "send" on your submission to an agent or you're still at the planning stages, be sure to check out these top tips from agent Laura Macdougall first.

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5 Poets to Read if You Hate Poetry

Think you hate poetry? Writer and editor Sarah Stewart suggests five fun and fabulous poets you should really read before you make up your mind.

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5 Tips for Running a Successful Comic Kickstarter

Following the runaway success of latest venture Killtopia, Dave Cook of Card Shark Comics shares his tips for funding comics on Kickstarter.

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5 Tips for Writing a Rounded Disabled Character

Andrew Pettigrew, a sixteen-year-old, prize-winning writer and poet who lost his sight and hearing before the age of 11, shares his insight into writing plausible and relatable disabled characters.

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5 Routes into Writing for Games

If you'd love to get into writing games but have no idea where to start, get stuck into this excellent advice from game and fiction writer Gavin Inglis.

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How to Write Your Author Bio

Take the stress out of writing or updating your author bio with five tips for getting it nailed.

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5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Writing

A little messiness can be conducive to creativity, but scehduling a spring cleaning session can have some big benefits for your writing.

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Five Reasons to Publish an Ebook

Interested in self publishing an ebook? Author Rupert Wolfe Murray looks at the ins and outs.

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Five Ways to Perk up Your Writers’ Group

Feeling as though your writers' group has lost its spark? Literary consulatant Sam Boyce shares her top tips for reigniting the passion.

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5 Tips for Organising a Spoken Word Event

Organising a spoken word event is a lot of work, but it’s also a lot of fun. Poet, performer and organiser Ross McCleary shares his tips for a top night.

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