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Articles in this issue
Below is a selction of articles in Writing Magazine November 2016.
Letter from the Editor
Welcome... Dear Read Faced with a blank page, or the prospect of finally giving in to your urges and putting your work out there for the world to see, many of us struggle one way or another to get ...
On writing: William Golding
Tony Rossiter explores great words from great writers If you want to become a published novelist – or, indeed, any other kind of writer – you need to work at it, and that means some kind of writing r...
The £1m self-publisher
Teaching himself the process from scratch, Adam Croft has grown to be one of the UK’s most successful self-publishers. Tina Jackson finds out how he did it A dam Croft is living the writer’s dream. ...
How I got published
Scottish author Martin Stewart’s debut novel, Riverkeep, was published by Penguin in April. ‘Although the end of my publication journey was very unusual, it began in a very typical way. I’d written...
Beat the bestsellers
A romantic novelist with a strong feel-good factor, explored by Tony Rossiter Described by one critic as ‘modern-day Austen’ and by another as ‘Joanne Trollope crossed with Tom Sharpe,’ Katie Fforde...
Shelf life: Dinah Jefferies
The bestselling novelist shares her five favourite reads with Judith Spelman Image ©Jenny Stewart Dinah Jefferies was born in Malaysia and lived in many countries around the world before settling in...