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YA Fiction Competitions

I’ve finished and edited Drift. So, I’m now deciding what to do next with it: Traditional Publishing:  I’ve been considering Literary Agents to query that specialise in YA Fiction, especially Fantasy. Self Publishing:  I’ve been considering editors and cover artists and toying with the idea of self publishing. Competitions:  A new avenue, I’ve been considering… Continue reading YA Fiction Competitions

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Inside information on Publishing Children’s Picture Books

Top That Publishing shared an insightful introduction into Children’s Picture Books and what to do if you are a writer or an illustrator wanting to make it in this industry. Top That Publishing at Felixstowe Book Festival I was so pleased when I saw that Top That Publishing were going to be speaking at Felixstowe… Continue reading Inside information on Publishing Children’s Picture Books

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Can You Only Write in One Genre? — A Writer’s Path

by Michael Cristiano As a writer, the last thing I want to do is restrict myself. Yes, it’s true, there are genres that I will never write (erotica, true crime, nonfiction textbooks on astrophysics), but other than that, I’m open to pretty much anything. I love straddling the line between genres, often bridging fantasy, […] via… Continue reading Can You Only Write in One Genre? — A Writer’s Path