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Women's magazines that except non-fiction articles Rickon N 5 View
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Book: No Contacts? No Problem! Lisa F 4 View
Writers' and artists yearbook Chandni V 8 View
Can anyone recommend a good online writing group? Gregor L 2 View
Food Article Andrea H 2 View
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Magazines who pay for letters Nicola B 7 View
Getting your book published Keith M 0 View
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Children's Story rating service available Terrie H 2 View
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Christina Jones, Oxfordshire

'So far, I have had eighteen novels published. The Writers Bureau helped make this possible for me. Within six months of enrolling on my course I was having work commissioned by editors and I still work regularly for magazines.'

Christina studied The Writers Bureau Comprehensive Creative Writing Course.

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