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    Terms and Conditions

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    ...newsletters and other communication. You can opt out of receiving these at any time. DISCLAIMER You accept all risk of using the Community and content on the Community. As far...
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    Summer Festival of Writing

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    ...Get Your Ticket Tickets Now on Sale Your Summer Starts Here Be the first to get access to the whole Summer Festival of Writing, with just one ticket. Your ticket...
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    Agents & Book Doctors

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    ...complicated characters and a unique hook, campus novels, historical fiction starring strong women, quirky coming of age stories, and literary works that reveal a darker side of human nature.  Available...
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    Agents

    How to Write a Great Query Letter (with Hints + Tips)

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    ...yourself too. Don't get too carried away -- remember, agents are looking for good writing more than anything -- but if you have a personal or interesting stake in what...
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    Children’s fiction

    How To Write A Children’s Book: All You Need To Know

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    ...now we come to your own book (woohoo!). And I have some bad news, I’m afraid (boooo). The world of children’s books is incredibly competitive and only the absolute best...
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    Writing fiction

    Points of View in Fiction Writing (with Plenty of Examples)

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    ...his kingly overview of the situation. This type of writing has become rather less common in fiction, so you’ll tend to stick with broadly limited narration, interspersed (perhaps) by something a little...
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    Writing fiction

    Manuscript Presentation, Novel Manuscript Format (with Examples)

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    ...can make (especially) long sentences much easier to parse and comprehend. And commas are free. Use them! Use of commas instead of fullstops / periods. Yes, we like commas, but...
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    Agents

    Working with Literary Agents: 7 ways that things can go wrong

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    ...things, of course, but they need to be as pushy as car salesmen when it comes to auctioning a manuscript, as tough as lawyers when it comes to negotiating a...
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    Self-publishing

    How to self-publish an e-book and why you ought to do it

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    ...of the entire market for books to aim at, and: Not only can you compete here – no one is blocking your way But also it’s free to compete here – there’s no entry...
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    Ultimate Novel Writing Course UK

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    ...Do members of Jericho Writers receive a discount on their ticket? Yes, members receive a discount of almost 50% on ticket prices (both early bird and main price tickets). If...
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    Our Writing Community

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    ...find a warm welcome here and I’m on hand to offer advice and encouragement throughout your journey.” Holly Seddon Head of Community Join Our Community Our Community brings writers together,...
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    Writing fiction

    9 Tips for Writing Perfect Prose

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    ...get more dialogue help, if you want it.) Cull Those Adjectives To stick with this theme, and especially when it comes to descriptive writing, double adjectives are almost always a no-no....
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    Developmental Editing

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    ...structural report that a manuscript assessment offers, as well as in-text comments throughout your manuscript offering in-depth feedback on your work, and a sixty-minute conversation with your editor to discuss any queries...
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    Writing fiction

    How To Write Dialogue In Fiction

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    ...the middle of one continuous sentence of dialogue, you need to deploy those commas like a comma=deploying ninja. Like this for example: “If you like hippos,” he said, “then you are...
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    Publishing industry

    Libel Law for Writers and Authors (What You Need to Know)

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    ...with some heat – that the allegation was completely untrue and he rejected it completely. We responded by asking why, in that case, his company’s own annual report, in some...
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    Ultimate Novel Writing Course US

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    ...to which writers they feel show commitment and commercial viability. If you have any questions about the application process, you can email us on [email protected].com, or call us on UK:...
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    The 10 Best Children’s Book Publishers in 2021

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    ...company, August House Publishers are seeking children’s book authors committed to folktales, diverse and memorable. They enjoy stories from many diverse backgrounds, as well as stories that work well as...
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    Privacy Policy

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    ...regarding this Policy via [email protected].com. We’ll do our best to respond fast and helpfully.  Who are we? We’re Jericho Writers, a company designed to help and support writers on their journey....
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    Writing fiction

    Character Arcs: What They Are And How To Create Them – With Template

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    by Dr Sharon Zink Character arcs are some of the most important tools in terms of writing compelling fiction, even if they’re played out on a smaller scale in a...
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    Children’s fiction

    How to write a wonderful picture book

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    ...stick in your head long after you’ve stopped reading the books yourself only to come back around when you hear them read to children later in life or even read...
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    Writing fiction

    How to Edit Your First Draft Novel (A Checklist)

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    ...a literary agent and our complete literary agent FAQs page here. If you want more help – we have it! We run a comprehensive self-editing course, one of the very best things we do....
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    Jericho Writers

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    ...The… View article 15 Common Novel Writing Mistakes (Beginner Writers Beware!) If you’re a beginner writer, then you have to read this. We tell you what the most common mistakes...
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    Success stories

    Neema Shah on her two-book deal with Picador

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    ...ones to beta read for. There’s a massive writing community there, and the #bookstagram community is also huge.  I do think the publishing industry is getting much better for underrepresented writers (I’m...
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    Agents

    Do I Query US or UK Literary Agents? (A Simple Guide)

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    ...be more naturally international, and UK publishers have closer connections with the Commonwealth (which, in publisher-land, includes Ireland but not Canada). Overall, writers from the Commonwealth will naturally knock on...
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    Agents

    Do Literary Agents Edit Manuscripts?

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    ...publisher, then the agent is probably (privately) disappointed. The Tottering Slushpile If the commission-only way of doing business seems challenging, that challenge is compounded by the sheer volume of submissions...
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    Success Stories

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    The Summer Festival of Writing 2021 A ground-breaking digital festival for writers all over the world Bestsellers, Publishing and Film Deals Philippa East Philippa completed Debi Alper and Emma Darwin’s Self-Editing...
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    Writing fiction

    How to write supporting characters in fiction

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    ...anyway, that they have to be intriguing enough that the reader wants to spend time in their company, that they are the character whose eyes this story must be told...
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    Publishing industry

    5 professional tips for authors meeting publishers

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    ...isn’t yet complete, when do you plan to deliver it? Who are other major authors in your genre? Or some comp-titles, whether soon to be released or recently burning up...
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    Creative Writing 101 Course with Naomi Ishiguro

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    ...Your Work Each week, you’ll be set a task to be completed by the following week. Your tutors and peers will then give you feedback on your writing. A Community...
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    Our Copy Editing and Proofreading Services

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    ...reverse the changes So you always remain in complete control. Click to view more… Which Service is Right for You? Text-correction comes in three main flavours: Copy-Editing, Line-Editing, and Proofreading....
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    Writing fiction

    Dealing with Writer’s Block

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    ...on your computer or get out your pen and paper and … nothing. The words won’t come, or they seem laughably trite or clichéd or flaccid. You’re gripped by the...
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    Success stories

    How Steffanie Edward went from 28 rejections to a two-book deal

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    ...just come to you. Things just happen! You just have to keep going until you’ve got that first draft completed. Put it down for a bit, then come back to...
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    Agents

    7 Novel-Opening Mistakes That Make Literary Agents (and Readers) Groan

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    ...only make it better -- or at least you'll know then that every word is pulling equal weight. 7) Too Big, Too Soon One of the brave writers we had...
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    Writing fiction

    NaNoWriMo: How To Write A Novel In 30 Days

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    ...it, to engage in competitive sprinting (writing for a given amount of time without stopping) if that’s your thing, or at least to be encouraged by a host of pep...
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    Getting Published Month

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    ...yet?’ was published in September 2020 by Jacaranda. She has produced several Arts Council-funded literature projects, and her work has been shortlisted by Penguin WriteNow, Commonword, SI Leeds Literary Prize...
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    Weekly Online Writing Events for Members

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    ...the most common questions she gets when it comes to picture book writing. She’ll demystify the picture book publishing process so you’re better equipped for getting your picture book noticed....
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    Success stories

    Paul Braddon’s journey to publication & the speculative fiction market

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    ...in London with his wife Mary and son Thomas. He got the writing bug after coming runner-up in an essay competition as a teenager and went onto study English Literature...
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    Agents

    An Interview with Agents on Polishing Submissions

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    ...with layers and depth, with a compelling story at its heart, those are the novels that I remember. Sandra: I love reading about things I don’t know. It could be...
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    Screenwriting

    Screenwriting: Dialogue by Pauline Kiernan

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    ...Dialogue Energy Listen to your dialogue out loud as you write. If you leave them on the page you won’t know whether they’re going to come alive or not.  Use...
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    Agents

    Do I need a literary agent to get published?

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    A common question for all new writers and the answer (almost always) is yes. Let’s start by reviewing what agents are there to do, though. What Literary Agents Do They...
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    Writing fiction

    How to write characters (not clichés)

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    ...Paige Mahoney of The Bone Season) has also argued the case for complexity: Complicated women are still treated like they’re a curiosity. … We don’t keep marvelling at “strong male characters”. Male characters...
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