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What To Do When You’re Facing Rejection

What To Do When You’re Facing Rejection

Keep getting rejections from literary agents? Join Sarah Juckes as she takes you through three options for where to take your career next.
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Writing an Unlikeable Character

Writing an Unlikeable Character

Your protagonist doesn’t have to be likeable, but they do have to be relatable. In this Snapshot film, author Jess Ruston explains how to give your characters flaws and attributes to keep readers reading.
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Switching Agents

Switching Agents

With only 2 out of 3 agented books getting a publishing deal, this Snapshot film with Harry Bingham covers what to do if your agent stops working for you.
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The Premise Of Your Book

The Premise Of Your Book

Is your story premise clear from the beginning of your novel? Editor and author Jeremy Sheldon shares tips on how your plot can make your premise shine through.
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Introducing Your Fantasy World

Introducing Your Fantasy World

In this film, Brian Keaney explains how to build a portal in your manuscript a world in which your characters discover fantasy from their real-world origins.
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How To Title Your Book

How To Title Your Book

What is the best title for your book? Join Harry Bingham as he discusses naming conventions and how you can choose the best title for your work.
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How To Write A Captivating Voice

How To Write A Captivating Voice

All literary agents seem to be looking for books with a strongvoice’. In this Snapshot, Sarah Juckes explains what this looks like and how you can write one in first or third person.
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How To Write A Query Letter

How To Write A Query Letter

What makes the perfect query letter? We ask literary agent Laura Williams to find out what you should be including in your submission emails.
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How To Write A Series

How To Write A Series

In this Snapshot film, Harry Bingham discusses how to write books in a series and the reasons why you should if you are planning to self-publish.
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How Your Smartphone Can Help You Write

How Your Smartphone Can Help You Write

Smart phones – we’ve all got them. In this film, author Jess Ruston reveals how you can use it to research, plan and even write your next novel.
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How To Beat Writer’s Block

How To Beat Writer’s Block

Writer’s block can take many forms. In this Snapshot film, Harry Bingham shares his top tips for keeping yourself motivated and your words flowing. It’s the simple way to make writing easy.
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How To Inject Pace Into Your Writing

How To Inject Pace Into Your Writing

Keep readers turning pages with this film. Join Sarah Juckes as she reveals the tips she has learned when writing climatic scenes that keep readers hooked.
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How To Stop Writing Boring Scenes

How To Stop Writing Boring Scenes

Every book will have places where the text just feels heavy with exposition, backstory or factual download. Once you’ve reduced these scenes down to the barest minimum, this short film tells you what to do next.
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Bite-Sized Marketing

Bite-Sized Marketing

In this film, Harry Bingham discusses the things an independent author can do to market their book in a digital arena, by targeting small groups.
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Bringing Characters To Life

Bringing Characters To Life

Building characters is key to writing compelling stories. Drawing your character out on paper can add depth and bring your characters to life. This short film gives you tips on how to sketch your characters to bring them to life.
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An Agent’s Tips on Tension-Building

An Agent’s Tips on Tension-Building

Tension in a story is what makes a reader want to turn the page. In this film, literary agent Laura Williams explains how you can create it from the very beginning of your book.
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