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Advice for Authors including Indie Self-publishing Authors

Literary Values in a Digital World: REBECCA SWIFT

Is there anybody reading me? Some years ago i did an MA dissertation called “Is there Anybody reading Me?” which explores why people write without certain markets and found that 99.9% more people were writing than were being published. This statistic usually shocks and I often wonder if today’s indie authors have any idea of […]

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Writing: Profile of a Free Mentoring Service for Women Writers

Following on from Rebecca Swift’s post earlier this year about professional mentoring services for self-published authors, writer and editor Janette Currie explains how she has helped pay it forward to new writers by volunteering to help with a free writers’ mentoring service: The WoMentoring Project. The WoMentoring Project was launched in April 2014 by Kerry […]

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Audrey Niffenegger, Keynote Speaker at Writing In A Digital Age Conference

Writing In A Digital Age

As the literary events and conference season kicks off, one London conference stands our from the rest. Writing in a Digital Age was launched last year by The Literary Consultancy (TLC) and it was notably inclusive in its approach, perhaps because TLC founder and Director, Rebecca Swift, also happens to be ALLi’s Literature Advisor. “Our […]

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