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SilverWood Books’ Debra Penrice explores the tools to help you market your book. However, before picking your strategy, she explains why confidence must come first.
Course alumna Penny Batchelor, author of My Perfect Sister and Her New Best Friend, explores disability representation and action in the publishing industry today.
Police Advisor Graham Bartlett details his experiences designing our unique online course where writers race to ‘solve a murder’.
Publishing director Helen Hart offers insight into conventional publishing and how you might benefit from retaining more control in a hybrid, professional self-publishing process.
Comedy Women in Print winner Faye Brann explains how her experiences in improv comedy gave her the confidence to pen her first novel.
Michael Lynes shares his experiences of publishing his first novel Blood Libel and learning how to promote himself online and find his readership.
Bestselling author Heidi Rice successfully completed NaNoWriMo. Here’s what she learnt from the process.
Police Advisor Graham Bartlett explains when UK police carry firearms and how to write credible crime fiction without losing an ounce of the drama.
From Zoom book launches to online lit festivals – alumna Penny Batchelor tells us about her debut novel My Perfect Sister and her journey to publication in 2020.
Adam LeBor explains how you can revolutionise your online writing research and security by understanding Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
Introduction to Therapeutic and Reflective Writing tutor Anne Taylor explains how writing can preserve our wellbeing.
Our founding directors Christina Bunce and Susannah Marriott explain how they started the Professional Writing Academy.