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April 21st, 2016 | News | Tags:

An Author’s Emotional Journey in an infographic Telegraphic reporting was a Pulitzer Prize category (and other trivia you didn’t know you didn’t know) Inspire Creative Writing With the Scribeasy App Please write here: your best book inscriptions Announcing the Editors of Speculative Fiction 2016 & Call for Submissions Winner of […]

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August 14th, 2014 | Blog, Industry news, Insights | Tags:

By Vanessa Jones As a writer, you may be quick to disregard LinkedIn assuming that it’s for those who work in the corporate world only. But the professional business networking site, which has been around for nearly twelve years, has over 300 million users and shouldn’t be underestimated as a […]

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February 13th, 2014 | Blog, Resources, Tips | Tags:

By Vanessa Jones Scrivener Scrivener is handy software for writers that is like a word processor, virtual pin up board and filing system all in one. Once you’ve completed your writing project, it will even compile your project into a file suitable for epublishing. It backs up automatically everytime you […]

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December 10th, 2013 | Blog, Guest posts, Insights, Social media, Technology, Tips | Tags:

By Michelle “Prakky” Prak That’s right – it’s time to embrace the digital age and often Twitter is a neglected resource for writers. Prakky shares her top five tips on how to best utilise Twitter if you are a writer.  1.       Follow and interact with other writers. Twitter works best […]

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June 25th, 2013 | Blog, Tips, Workshops | Tags:

By Danae Sinclair Great content never asks readers to work for what they want to know.  Great content meets reader expectations, helps them toward their information-gathering goals and it gets your message across clearly.  To break it down further, here are three things to be mindful of when creating web […]

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June 19th, 2013 | Blog, Workshops | Tags:

By Jillian Schedneck On Saturday 8th June, Romance writer Cassandra Dean guided workshop members through several steps to successfully market and promote one’s book (and create a personal brand) online. Class members learned that the most important tool in online marketing is a personal and professional website. Authors must try […]

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June 2nd, 2013 | Blog, Guest posts, Resources, Tips, Workshops | Tags:

Hi peeps, Cassandra Dean here, with a few hints and tips for online promotion and marketing as a writer! 1. Have a website. Make the design of it simple and easy to use. Update it regularly. 2. Blog. Blog regularly. Blog often. Blog about random shizz you’re convinced no one […]

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