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Expanding your horizons as a freelance

January 28th, 2011

There’s nothing like seeing your work published, but you can utilise your writing in other ways.

Louise

Freelance writing is difficult, especially in travel, my speciality.  So, in 2009, I decided to concentrate on renewing my public speaking skills.  Another participant at the Swanwick Summer Writers School spoke glowingly about  Toastmasters International, so my partner and I joined Didsbury Speakers. Read the rest of this entry »




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Writers Bureau Student Long-listed for Romantic Novel of the Year Award

January 21st, 2011

First, thanks to Anne for last week’s blog. As she says, blogging has become virtually a pre-requisite if you want to promote yourself and bring the world to your website. But don’t just look upon it as a tool – take her other advice and get the enjoyment that comes with not having to write to others’ requirements!

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Blogging is important for a serious writer

January 14th, 2011

ANNELY KENGARNER

‘My teacher said that during the blitz his dad saw the spirit of a dead vicar’, my daughter told me. ‘He was standing on the roof of a chapel.’

‘Really? Was he scared?’ I asked.

‘Nah. I think he was a psycho or something.’

‘Don’t you mean psychic, Mo’, I answered and made a mental note to write about word usage on my blog. With just one word, a well-loved teacher could’ve been raised by a psycho.

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£55,000 prize money for winners of the Costa Book Awards

January 7th, 2011

First, Happy New Year to everyone!  I hope you had an enjoyable Christmas and, like me, you’re probably glad the snow has gone.   But I couldn’t resist including one of the pics that my daughter-in-law took of Kenilworth Castle over the festive season – whether you like snow or not, that kind of view takes some beating.

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