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.
Comedy Women in Print winner Faye Brann explains how her experiences in improv comedy gave her the confidence to pen her first novel.
Bestselling author Heidi Rice successfully completed NaNoWriMo. Here’s what she learnt from the process.
Adam LeBor explains how you can revolutionise your online writing research and security by understanding Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
Author AJ Campbell reveals how an online writing community gave her the confidence to write debut novel Leave Well Alone, which became an Amazon bestseller in 2020.
We’ve spoken to some of our favourite authors about if they plan their novels, and what advice they have for writers starting out.
Author Ayisha Malik explains how she creates engaging characters, the process of getting published and gives tips to budding authors.
London Book Fair is the biggest annual event in the UK publishing trade diary. PWA’s Mo Harber-Lamond explores why you should get yourself a ticket.
Author of The Problem with Goats and Sheep and Faber Academy alumna Joanna Cannon explores how an online course set her up for getting published.
We speak to author Ayisha Malik about ghost writing Nadiya Hussain’s book, her editing process and how much she structures her novels.
Faber Academy alumnus and author of Hold Your Tongue Deborah Masson shares her journey from taking our Writing a Novel course to getting published.
Author Paul McVeigh talks to our Faber Academy alumni about that all-important opening to a story, creating dark characters and the differences between UK and US literary markets.