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MONSTER OF THE MONTH COMPETITION

Jon Holder, writer and illustrator extraordinaire, has set himself a monstrous challenge. Every day in 2013 will see him creating a different fantastical creature or character, using only paint, pencils and his own boundless imagination. Prepare to be impressed, amused, … Continue reading

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Our Top Ten Tips for Writing a Tip Top Covering Letter

No.10: Be helpful The thing that I feel compelled to start off by moaning about today isn’t directly linked to covering letters but it is very close to them, too often it is pressed right up against them. I’m talking … Continue reading

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Our Top Ten Tips for Writing a Tip Top Covering Letter

No.9: Never judge a book by its Amazon review Whenever I want to know anything about anything I look it up on Wikipedia. I love Wikipedia. I could spend hours on there clicking from page to page. Incidentally, if you … Continue reading

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Chris Carter knows serial killers. Robert Hunter catches them.

A criminal psychologist for several years, Chris Carter has worked over 100 cases involving serial killers, murderers and dangerous offenders. The Sunday Times bestselling author stopped by the blog to tell us about the new Robert Hunter thriller, The Death … Continue reading

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What are The Odds? Ask Adam Perrott

First of all, in the form of a tweet could you tell us: what are The Odds? The Odds are a family of Meddlers, or Professional Pranksters, whose job is to cause mischief and mayhem wherever they are. (I even … Continue reading

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Happy publication day for GONE IN SECONDS by A. J. Cross!

What is GONE IN SECONDS about?   The main character of GONE IN SECONDS is Kate Hanson who’s profile is that of a single mother to 12 year old Maisie – so there’s a readily-availabe source of aggravation.  Kate has a full time post as a … Continue reading

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Literary Agency – Dictionary Corner – Publishing Terms Translated

Have you ever spoken to someone in publishing or browsed the submission portion of an agency’s website and wondered what on earth we’re all talking about? Well, wonder no more. Here in Dictionary Corner we will strive to shed some … Continue reading

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