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EP24: Liz Fenwick & The Crows Of Doubt

Is there such a thing as a positive rejection? This week we chat with award-winning author, Liz Fenwick about the importance of persistency on the journey to being published, why your book’s location matters, the world of literary consultancies and how to silence your inner critic.   PODCAST EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS In this episode you will […]

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EP23: The Plot Thickens

Licking the wounds from their encounter with Ben Aaronovitch last week about the progress of their novel, the two Marks regroup, look at where they’ve gone wrong, and wonder if they can go on…   PODCAST EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS In this episode you will discover… Why taking a break from your main project might be a […]

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EP19: Joe Hill

Joe is the bestselling author of Heart-Shaped Box, Horns, NOS4A2, Locke & Key and most recently the New York Times #1 epic blockbuster The Fireman. Joe, son of Stephen King, is powerhouse storyteller from an incredible family of writers. He is also an endless well of writing advice, so be ready to take notes… lots […]

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Win! Joe Hill Ltd Ed Signed Hardback & T-Shirt!

Win a signed hardback AND Limited Edition “Red Edge” copy of Joe Hill’s #1 New York Times epic blockbuster “The Fireman” and a collectible not-in -the-shops t-shirt! 74 Days 23 Hours 58 Minutes 55 Seconds ENTER NOW Listen to the interview with Joe Hill here     

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Washington Post Feature

We are really grateful to have been referenced in an excellent article by Karen  Heller in the Washington Post. The article is a fascinating read entitled: “Meet the writers who still sell millions of books. Actually, hundreds of millions.” Have a read here.

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