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Bookish Stays

Bookish Stays

January 15, 2017 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Fancy getting away and want some bookish spots to visit? Pop on your wishlist some of these awesome literary-inspired places to stay from around the world.

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Tools for authors: How to create a word cloud

Tools for authors: How to create a word cloud

March 15, 2016 | Blogs | No Comments

Tagul is a word cloud generator that allows you to create word cloud art. It gives you a number of shapes, fonts and colours to work with, or you can load your own custom image. It’s a fantastic tool for authors to create artwork using words and themes from their book.

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The Sparks Project

The Sparks Project

July 20, 2015 | Blogs | No Comments

I read tons of chick lit and love me a good chick flick. But for some reason I’ve never read any of Nicholas Sparks’ novels or seen his movies (apart from The Notebook – I mean cmon, everyone’s seen The Notebook, right?)

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Name Drop … Without Dropping Yourself In It

Name Drop … Without Dropping Yourself In It

May 15, 2015 | Blogs | 1 Comment

So you are writing a novel set around your neighbourhood, with real places such as a popular cafe, your favourite park and a swanky retail strip thrown in to give the atmosphere a touch of authenticity. But can you mention well-known people in your book without getting yourself in legal strife?

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Ask Bree

Ask Bree

March 25, 2015 | Blogs | No Comments

It is always fun to hear from readers. Here I take the opportunity to share my responses to their questions.

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