All the news you may read about in May
Nina Bruhns needs a Jeep
Michelle Deiner talks to Nina Bruhns, award-winning, best-selling author and Editorial Director at Entangled Publishing.
Nina is attending the conference in Perth. Read about her unusual background and what she’s looking for as an editor.
The Plosive P – Plagiarism and how it can hurt you
Nikki Logan walks us through the myths, realities, rules and fair play of writing unique content.
How Do I
Isolde Martin, Mistress to the Crown, talks about Fact, Fiction and Fudging in her article on writing historical novels.
Meet out Editors and Agents – Part 1
A must if you’re Riding the Waves and attending the conference. Part 1 of our editors and agents list.
A Writer’s Life
Annie Grace talks chocolate balls and chains and why you might need to limit – yes – limit – your time at the keyboard to become a more inspired writer.
Dear Joan addresses the hot topic of the moment in her column on the pros and cons of self publishing verses traditional publishing.
The Writing Journey
Kate Wigseller says reading an interview on Valerie Parv started her on her writer’s journey. See where it’s taking her.
And lots of lovely new releases
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