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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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Writing Prompt #11: Young rebels

Need a little inspiration to get writing? Our regular writing prompt could get you off to a good start.

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How to Start Writing Memoir

Have you always wanted to write memoir but aren't sure how to sit down and get started? We've got some advice, tips and words of encouragement to help you conquer your fear of the blank page even if you've never written creatively before.

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Nalini Paul: The Place and the Personal in Nature Poetry

Award-winning poet Nalini Paul explores the genre-expanding opportunities presented by nature writing.

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Writing Prompt #10: Padlocked door

Need a little inspiration to get writing? Our regular writing prompt could get you off to a good start.

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How to Start Writing Short Stories

Keen to try your hand at writing a short story but feeling a little lost? Here's a few tips, tricks and suggestions to help you get started.

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Writing with Gaelic: A Bilingual Blessing

Award winning writer Donald Murray writes in both Gaelic and English, finding joy in the ability to switch between and appreciate both.

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Writing Prompt #9: Lost Property

Need a little inspiration to get writing? Our regular writing prompt could get you off to a good start.

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Juliette Forrest: How I Found the “Voice” for my Debut Novel

Giving voice to a fully fledged protagonist can be tricky. Author Juliette Forrest shares her process while writing her debut novel, Twister.

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The Motherload: Writing with Children at Home

Poet, artist and editor Raman Mundair explains why having children shouldn't be seen as a full stop, or even a comma, when it comes to a writing career.

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