Monthly Archives: November 2017

Anne Cullen promoted top of the class

Recent promotion activity by long-standing Pens member Ann Cullen, has seen sales of her books quicken and are now also seen in esteemed company too. Advertisements

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The Value of Forgetting (For Writers)

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Richard Risemberg A good memory is both blessing and curse to a novelist. As with all two-edged weapons, you have to wield it with caution, lest you damage your own self…or…

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26 New Writerly Discounted Services!

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? Hi all. I’ve negotiated and brought on 26 new, discounted services on A Writer’s Path Writers Club ! ? Here are the new entries listed below: Owl Editing: 10% off all services: developmental edit, critique, line…

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12 Surprises I Found Marketing My Debut Novel

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Jacqui Murray Marketing To Hunt a Sub, my debut novel, is a whole lot different from my non-fiction pieces. In those, I could rely on my background, my expertise in the…

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Pens latest mini workshop PowerPoint presentation

The Pens meeting on 21 November 2107 featured another Mini Workshop. This one was on Social Media and Self-Publishing giving an overview of each topic rather than an in-depth, mind-bending, tidal wave of information, It covers the basics of what … Continue reading

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Get Thee to an Editor

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Richard Risemberg There are four rules to follow if you want to self-publish a novel and not embarrass yourself, the publishing industry, and the English language. They are: 1) Write slowly.…

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Are You Invested in Your Book?

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? ? by John Briggs When you finish writing your book, few people will doubt you’re committed to your writing. You’ve spent months or years putting it on paper, and hopefully poured your…

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JAWAN – Back to Front

This is a marvellous short story by one of Pens very talented creative writers, Val Inchley, enjoy. Brrr – brrr, brrr – brrr It wasn’t until the noise had shrilled 20 times in his ear and the empty house that … Continue reading

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Exhibitions featuring Petra’s work

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Members and Associates Exhibition 23rd November – 23rd December For more  details click Here SEE HER WORK ALSO AT Sutton Coldfield Pop-up Exhibition Space Click HERE to see this one Sutton Coldfield Society of Artists … Continue reading

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How Long Your Novel Should Be

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Doug Lewars How long should your novel be? The simple answer is that it needs to be just long enough to tell your story. Animal Farm is only 29,966 words and…

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