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Marketing etc James W 3 View
Semicolons - a dying mark? Richard A 7 View
Magazines that pay for Readers Letters? Helen C 8 View
Children's Story rating service available Terrie H 2 View
fillers Subrata B 0 View
Learning to Write by Reading? Cameron H 8 View
Becoming a Writer - Dorothea Brande Rickon N 1 View
Getting Writing Jobs Obafemi S 3 View
Blog custom domain name Rickon N 1 View
Is the Honesty best policy? Subrata B 4 View
BBC Writersroom Barry M 1 View
Blogs Barry M 13 View
Barbara Pym Society Barry M 0 View
Fish Publishing poetry comp Barry M 0 View
Bristol Short Story Comp Barry M 0 View
Short Stories shayne o 2 View
Indian Students Exchange Ideas giselda j 2 View
Fillers - some examples? Saurabh C 2 View
Readers' letters for magazines - any tips? Jacquline S 6 View
kindle e books... how do they work? Catherine H 2 View
Proof readers, Editors and Copywriters wanted The B 5 View
DAW is looking for science fiction and fantasy novels. Amar N 0 View
Do you use Evernote to organize ideas? Nita P 3 View
www.writewords.org.uk Jeanne O 1 View
complete starter to blogs, would be grateful for info Angela T 2 View
Sourcing photos Colin P 1 View
I believe there is another student's forum somewhere allied to WB Fiona J 3 View
Proofreading & Copy Editing course Dyuti B 9 View
The Urban Story - Great Project for prompt publishing. Jeanne O 0 View
Screenplay writing Ranjith N 3 View
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