Wandering the writing world

Great writing ideas are made on holiday: A holiday (or short break) could boost your writing while you relax.
Make this year the year you achieve your writing goals:   Will this be the year you achieve your writing goals? Every
Writing lessons from trekking in the Pyrenees:   My feet are throbbing as I free them from my walking boots,

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The ingredients for writing a great spy novel: Former BBC journalist, Alex Gerlis, is a master of the spy novel.
The tricks of the mind: Using memory to create tension:   Whether you write crime, thrillers or something else, an unreliable narrator
Booker Prize winner Paul Beatty on writing the extraordinary:   Applause erupted around London’s Guildhall when Paul Beatty was announced as this

Literary reflections - writing lessons from great books

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Great writing ideas are made on holiday A holiday (or short break) could boost your writing while you relax. Summer is here, the season of blue skies (at least more of them), barbeques and lawnmowers. It’s
The ingredients for writing a great spy novel Former BBC journalist, Alex Gerlis, is a master of the spy novel. Recently featured in The Times after selling around 100,000 copies of his two espionage novels, The Best of Our
The tricks of the mind: Using memory to create tension   Whether you write crime, thrillers or something else, an unreliable narrator could have a powerful effect on suspense. Crucial to this is the handling of memories. They are

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