published on 2017-11-14
CompletelyNovel Author Stephanie Richmond has just published her third novel After the Light, After the Love with us. Here, she shares her experiences, and gives some great tips for other authors who are interested in self-publishing their work.
published on 2017-10-30
It’s Halloween, and we’ve gathered together some scarily good quotations about witches, wizards, zombies, ghosts and evil spirits. Be afraid. Be very afraid…
published on 2017-10-09
Last week we published a list of writing competitions with deadlines up to 31st October, and today we’re sharing the second part of our collection. There are thirteen competitions gathered together here – hopefully lucky for some!
published on 2017-10-06
There are so many writing competitions this autumn – and a particularly large crop of poetry contests – that we’ve split this article into two. Part One has competitions with deadlines just up to the end of October. Part Two, coming next week, will list competitions up to the end of this year.
published on 2017-09-28
Over the years we’ve written lots of articles about marketing your book – so instead of saying the same things over again, we’ve gathered together the advice into a big marketing round-up.
published on 2017-09-04
September is a great time to start a new writing project. At the start of the new term, why not give yourself something to aim for with a deadline – you’ve got two weeks to go, and hopefully you may have some short stories or poems just waiting to be polished up and sent off.
published on 2017-09-04
It’s back to school time this week – and universities will be starting up soon. Education can continue all through your life, so get inspired by these quotations from famous writers and thinkers. Or just quote them relentlessly at your children when they moan about school.
published on 2017-08-17
It’s over halfway through the school summer holidays – and it may be difficult to come up with new and exciting ideas to keep your little dears happy and entertained. Even if your offspring aren’t fans of children’s literary classics, these books can still be the inspiration for some summer holiday activities. Or maybe they can just read watch the film adaptations.
published on 2017-08-11
If you’re looking for activities to keep your children occupied through the summer holidays, here are some competitions for young writers that they might like to enter! If these spark their imaginations, we will update you with more later in the year.
published on 2017-07-06
Although the publishing world does have a place for fitness gurus such as Joe ‘Lean in 15’ Wicks, literary figures are traditionally admired for their minds than their actual figures. Readers and writers are more often found boiling the kettle for tea and biscuits, rather than working out with kettle bells. With summer holidays looming, how can you transform from a bookworm to a beach hunk or babe?