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Up-Lit (What It Is And How To Write It)

June 21st, 2019

Something exciting is happening that’s got writers and publishers talking! Readers are slowly moving away from popular bloodthirsty books, to reading stories that are more empathetic, optimistic and comforting.

One reason for this change is that people are looking for kindness in the world; especially now that the world is portrayed as hard, stressful and negative. People want to read something that calms their mind and generates feelings of love. But not love in the romantic sense. Read the rest of this entry »




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Posted In The Past

June 14th, 2019

First, thanks to Jacqueline for last week’s post. I think that people sometimes decide to enrol on a course without giving it enough consideration. That’s OK if it’s a short course that doesn’t cost too much – it’s always good to dabble with something different. But if you’re planning to use the course to further your career or help you bring in a second income, then you should give the decision serious thought. That’s why we’re always happy to chat to prospective students or reply to their emails if they have any queries – or reservations – before joining us.

Another thing that needs to be taken seriously, if you intend to have a writing career, is your marketing plan, and these days that also means your use of social media. Below, Writers Bureau student, Helen Baggott, explains how she reached out to potential readers about her recently published book, ‘Posted in the Past’ (available from Amazon and a number of independent outlets). Read the rest of this entry »




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See It Through And Reap The Rewards

June 7th, 2019

When you’ve looked at the writing courses on offer and made the commitment, a strategy can be helpful to ensure you’ll get the maximum benefit.

I’ve recently completed the poetry course with The Writers’ Bureau, and found planning helpful in keeping up the momentum. Here are ten suggestions to remain on track from selection to completion. There is so much enjoyment and satisfaction to come!

    1. When choosing your course, whether purely for interest or with an aim to be   published, read everything the website can tell you about it. Don’t be put off by a suggested timescale. (I completed mine with very few weeks to spare.)

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