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This intimate half-day event with four literary agents will give you insider knowledge on how to submit your non- fiction proposal to an agent, what they’re looking for and how to grab their attention.
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Rebecca Smith, the five-times-great niece of Jane Austen, shares the timeless writing techniques of the brilliant novelist in this unmissable evening masterclass.
Gilly McAllister is back with hints and tips on knowing when to leave your book alone, assessing the quality of your submission and why you should choose to submit to some agents over others.