As always, this Pitch Wars event isn't simply about grabbing the attention of your dream agent or publisher. It is also about connecting with the writing community. Here are my highlights...
With #PitMad just around the corner I felt now would be a good time to remind writers to take care when choosing who to submit their manuscript to. Good look to everyone taking part.
If you are a fan of YA Literature then you need to check out this book festival. It runs annually in London during the last weekend of July and the book deals are so good you'll travel home like a pack donkey.
Today's blog post has been written by G.C.Ramey and when I read it, I was able to relate to every word.
Being part of WIW has enabled me to see how self publishing could be a reality. One of my fears was that I had no idea where to start. The answer is WIW.
In the same way a song can make you think of a person, place or time, it can also inspire writers to develop chapters. Music can bring chapters, characters and moments to life. It is a great aid whilst developing your story.
Felixstowe Book Festival wouldn't be complete if it didn't support the local writer groups. The festival is run by Felixstowe library so if you are looking for your local writing group I would suggest visiting your local library and asking the librarian if they have details of any. Maybe you will start one up?
This post is jam packed with useful information about novel writing and getting published!
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.
This book came highly recommended on Instagram and when Bethany Atazadeh and Brittany Wang did their #STCExperiement - YouTube videos of them using the book to outline a novel - I decided I had to get it so I could join in.