Memoir This is Going to Hurt - Audiobook
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Want to write a memoir? Adam Kay’s “This is Going to Hurt” is part of a new trend of immersive memoirs with a message. But what does it take to write and publish one?

Marketing Your Book is Your Greatest Marketing Tool
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The book used to be the thing you marketed. Today it’s also a tool to market yourself or your business. Business coach, content consultant and publisher Alison Jones shares her advice for using self-publishing as a business strategy.

Writing NaNoWriMo - The Haynes Manual
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Looking for some NaNoWriMo inspiration? Elizabeth Haynes tells Danuta Kean how she researches her bestselling crime novels – and how NaNoWriMo helps her write.

Twitter #amwriting
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There are lots of Twitter hashtags out there that are useful to help writers promote their work, connect with other writers, and – well – write. How do you use them, and which should you use?

conferences Brexit - What does it mean for the publishing industry?
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This year’s London Book Fair featured a panel discussion about the topical issue of the day: “Brexit: Good News or Bad News for the Publishing Industry?” And (spoiler alert) the answer from delegates was a resounding “Bad News” – by a margin of 140-0. But what do you think?

Ask an Agent 7 ways to increase your chances of being taken on by a literary agent - by Andrew Lownie
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How does a literary agency sell its authors? Bestselling agent Andrew Lownie says there are three elements to selling books to publishers: 1) an agency needs to have saleable books in the first place; 2) the proposals need to be the best they can be; and 3) one needs to know the right editors to approach and not give up too easily.

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