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Throwback Thursday: Reflections of A Writer’s Journey #TBT 4

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Paul Murphy with Joanna Penn at the London Book Fair 2014

With just seven writing days until Christmas, ALLi author member Paul Murphy has selected four blogs from the ALLi archives to read over the four days of Christmas.




Each blog references a stage of my writing journey: choosing a genre; working in partnership; getting the right support and analysing sales data. Orna Ross evokes the spirit of duende, Debbie Young finds her own fairy godmother, Jill Marsh and friends are inspired by Celtic Symbolism, and Hugh Howey crunches the numbers. Find a quiet time over Christmas for your very own Thought of the Day…

Christmas Day Thursday – Writing:
What Is Creative Writing? by Orna Ross

Boxing Day Friday-Publishing:
How I Chose An Assisted Self-Publishing Company by Debbie Young

Christmas Saturday Reaching Readers:
The Story of an Authors' Collective by Triskele Books

Christmas Sunday Partner Stories:
Do Self-Publishing Authors Earn More? by Orna Ross

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EASY TWEET: An author's journey in 4 posts – from the @IndieAuthorALLi archive for #tt #ThrowbackThursday chosen by @hotspurman: https://selfpublishingadvice.org/tt-paul-murphy/



Author: Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy published his first creative non-fiction book this summer, "As I Walked Out Through Spain in Search of Laurie Lee".
He is working on a second book, set in Spain again, but looking at (for?) a very different writer in Ernest Hemingway. He also works as a freelance writer contributing articles to The Guardian and Huffington Post. He gained an MA in Professional Writing (Distinction) from Falmouth University in September 2012. He writes a blog at www.thelittlesummerofthequince.wordpress.com.


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