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Does anyone know magazines that publish humour articles Sally P 4 View
marketing my book S K 1 View
marketing my book S K 0 View
Write, share and earn Ashna C 1 View
Reliable broadband Sue B 0 View
Motivation for Writing Soniya K 6 View
Online submissions to the People's Friend? Annmarie H 3 View
Inspiration Help Sally P 4 View
Nura S 0 View
PDF Files of the Creative Writing Course Dawn B 6 View
hunger to earn money through my writing Basanagouda K 3 View
Articles with photographs Linda C 2 View
Best place to start charlotte m 4 View
Assignement 2 Meenu G 1 View
Advertisement Features Kathryn L 2 View
Short story market - The Journeyman magazine Sally J 3 View
Then boldness to go out and do interviews for my 2nd and 3rd assignments on Article writing Millicent A 5 View
What do you like to write about, one subject or several? Paul D 6 View
Give me You views Augustine Korku G 3 View
Copywriting: Has anyone worked for e-lance? Sue B 2 View
What is everyones most favourite magazine for getting published in and why? irene j 3 View
How you can earn freedom through your writing course adeyemo t 2 View
selling my sport show consept siphiwe n 0 View
My website - useful tips? Feedback required Martyn G 4 View
Good feedback on Assignment N2 on Letters and Fillers, but major issue..... zara s 5 View
Proofreading software Susan K 3 View
News for Web Evangeline D 1 View
Creativity as daily habit Madhu J 11 View
Crime Writing - the next step Keith M 2 View
Magazine Research Sally P 1 View
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Louise Kennedy"The Writers Bureau has given me the confidence to follow my dreams. My tutor was lovely, encouraging and offered me great constructive critcism.

"I started a daily blog to chronicle our adventures living aboard a boat from a fresh and creative viewpoint... our cat's! Things really took off with the blog and I was offered a book deal with Bloomsbury."

Louise Kennedy

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