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.
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.
Michael Lynes shares his experiences of publishing his first novel Blood Libel and learning how to promote himself online and find his readership.
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.
Author Caroline Smailes discusses how to tell when your novel is ready to send to agents, dealing with the publishing industry and writing interactive fiction.
Author and Faber Academy alumna Deborah Masson explores when to submit to agents, dealing with feedback on your work and whether to plan your novel.
Short Story in a Weekend alumna and Mslexia Short Story Competition runner-up Kristen Loesch discusses how taking the course opened her eyes to the power of short fiction.
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.
Novelist and short fiction author Clare Fisher speaks to our Faber Academy students about self-doubt, planning her work and getting short fiction published.