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I recently watched a documentary about Dennis Wheatley and was quite surprised to hear that he wrote all of his manuscripts by hand using a pencil.
Being left-handed and finding the physical act of writing by hand quite taxing, I choose to do all my writing on my laptop using Scrivener and wondered how my fellow writers on this site create their work.
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I'm sure this question has been asked several times in various ways, but if so I can't find it. So, does anyone have any advice about using social media? I keep hearing/reading that blogs are practically an essential part of being a writer these days, but I've never written one, and never had a website. I also rarely use Facebook and don't have a twitter account at all (shock horror!) So I'd have no idea how to go about any of it.
I want to self publish a poetry project I've been working on. I'm confident the work itself doesn't infringe any copyright, but need some advice about trademarks re: my proposed title... 50 Shades Of Poetry. Is there anywhere I can get free legal advice or resources? If I need to speak to a solicitor, is there anything I should look out for?
Hello everyone, I just finished to write a children's story, how do I get an agent in order to be published? I have been searching but many websites say that even agents don't get submission unless referred, is that true?
Hi everyone. Having a few weeks off from writing my ms so I can come back to it with fresh eyes. In the meantime I'm planning to read as much as I can. I usually read thriller/ chick lit although I do enjoy the classics too, and will read pretty much anything. Does anyone have any book suggestions? In particular anything which might help stretch my critical eye?