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Helen Corner-Bryant and Kathryn Price from literary consultancy Cornerstones explain why writers need to learn to edit.
Tom Bromley caught up with former Writing Crime Fiction student Jo Furniss to find out more about her approach to writing, and how the online writing course helped her discover the character who became central to her new novel.
Author and PWA tutor Tom Bromley explores the creation of engaging characters, discussing how to create unique voices and whether they have to be likeable.
Writing.ie founder and crime fiction author Sam Blake offers advice on research, pace and how to escape plot corners you’ve written yourself into.
Caroline Ambrose spoke to our Faber Academy alumni about the award selection process, what kind of writing does well and problems to look out for when writing your novel.
Authors Heidi Rice and Julia Crouch and share what they learnt from NaNoWriMo, how it improved their writing and some tips for those looking to take part.
The paralysing fear that is a major part of writer’s block is common any point in the creative writing process. Face it head on and you can get past it to finish your novel according to experienced author and writing tutor Lee Weatherly.
Write Advice: writing for wellbeing practitioner Helen Stockton on how to run therapeutic writing workshops
Writing for wellbeing practitioner Helen Stockton answers Therapeutic Writing students’ questions on how she runs therapeutic writing workshops.
English teacher Laura Steen embarked on our Therapeutic Writing course with one goal in mind: to find wellbeing through writing. Here is her journey.
Author Julia Crouch gives us the solutions to these dilemmas and more, in her four essential tips for aspiring writers.
Vanessa Fox O’Loughlin, better known by her pen name Sam Blake, joined our Writing Crime Fiction Course Director Tom Bromley in the classroom to take questions from our students.