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got my first article and a readers letter accepted leena c 6 View
30 for fillers Divya A 8 View
Another New Blog Andrew B 3 View
Imagine, I edited my office newsletter Cecilia A 8 View
short story published angela g 6 View
Guest blog Rosalie S 1 View
Writing Magazine ... nearly there Gaynor J 5 View
short story published chester l 1 View
Letter of the Day Trinidad Express Lauren L 7 View
E-book published! Sally J 13 View
Published article in B of B Eleanor B 8 View
Blogging Jeanne O 2 View
New Blog Started Yamini K 2 View
Humorous book available for free - again! James W 5 View
1st prize! Christine S 13 View
article, letter and review published Bryony B 3 View
www.urbanvirtual.co.uk Jeanne O 4 View
Guardian - Family Life Stuart B 3 View
Assignment N2 published gillian k 5 View
Book Published in paperback with Lulu Emma K 3 View
Two for the Money! Lorna K 4 View
Hysteria 2012 Anthology Gaynor J 4 View
Hat trick of reader's letters! Lisa W 4 View
Article and reader's letter published! Arundhati N 8 View
First Paid Article! LUCY E 9 View
Star Letter Yvonne H 2 View
story published at urbanvirtual.co.uk Gaynor J 2 View
My 2nd Ebook is A Spider is a Monster by Sahera Khan SAHERA K 1 View
Book published at smashwords S K 0 View
Readers letters Paul H 3 View
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Criselle Nunag Writers Bureau's Student of the Year 2019

“From the course I learned how to study my target audience, identify how to make the most out of my idea/story, do proper research, perform market analysis for my chosen magazine and polish my grammar. The Writers Bureau taught me to write confidently and responsibly. I learned to produce original and interesting stories, I just have to be true to myself. Writing became a fulfilling hobby that pays!”

Criselle Nunag - Writers Bureau Student of the Year 2019

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