This post is jam packed with useful information about novel writing and getting published!
getting so excited about my upcoming date with YALC! I can't wait to be surrounded by all those wonderful books, authors and influential people in the industry.
I booked this workshop with no idea what I had got myself in for. As I arrived, I realised in the scorching hot sun, I had forgot to bring my bottle of water and was about to spend two hours in a container.
There was plenty of choice for kids this year with many events being free of charge and no need to get a ticket. This is great for parents with young kids who have no idea how their kids will be feeling on the day or even awake at the scheduled time. My biggest challenge was how to fit in activities for my children when there were so many events I wanted to go to for me!
Writing a novel is mainly a solitary project that you work on for months. And, when you type ”The End” it is a huge achievement, but what do you do next?
If you’ve decided to attend Felixstowe Book Festival, I am going to tell you how to make your visit even better!
Summer is definitely the season for book and literary festivals. These are taking place up and down the country.
Spring is when the calendar starts to get busier. As we get closer to the summer there are more festivals. Now is a good time to enter competitions.
As a writer, I wish there was a resource with links to literary competitions, online events and festivals where I can copy the content to my own diary. But, I'm yet to find one. So, I created my own. And, I am going to share this with you.
Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post listing literary festivals taking place in the UK throughout the UK that have caught my eye. This post is to remind you of those taking place this Winter.