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Why All Authors Should Consider Doing a Blog Tour by Nick Jones
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When I published my debut children’s picture book Sarah’s Shadow in December last year, it didn’t occur to me to do a blog tour. I assumed it would be out...

Genre: Misery Lit, Anyone? (Part 2) by Shane Dunphy
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A further thing that gets brought up regularly when discussing misery lit is the issue of ethics – I get asked about them a lot.  Am I not breaching confidentiality...

Genre: Misery Lit, Anyone? (Part 1) by Shane Dunphy
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I was contacted by an American reader recently, who was in a state of distress.  She had posted on the Facebook page of the writer Cathy Glass.  Cathy is the...

Five Tips for Planning a Memoir by Martin Cavannagh
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Martin Cavannagh is a writer for Reedsy, a marketplace with tools that allows authors and publishers to find top editorial, design and marketing talent. Over 3,000 books have been published...

Editing Personal Diaries for Publication by Cormac K.H. O’Malley
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There were many issues involved in publishing ‘Nobody’s Business’: The Aran Diaries of Ernie O’Malley which might be of interest to anyone who reads a published diary or who might...

Memoir and Memory: My Father’s Wake by Kevin Toolis
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‘I’ve got a book in me too.’ For a writer it must be the most depressing sentence in the English, Irish, or any language; the casual conversation with a relative...

Writing Great Personal Essays: Really Useful Links by Ellen Brickley
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The word ‘essay’ strikes fear into many hearts, with its connotations of heavy academic papers or boring school assignments. Essays don’t need to be dull – some of the best...

Memoir Writing: A Book of Untruths by Miranda Doyle
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Let’s face it: memoir is a disreputable genre. It’s often miserable, sometimes ghosted, and relies upon a shaky memory to pretend its truths.  In the end the promise that we...

A Guide to Writing Your First Non-Fiction Book by Clare O’Dea

Since my first book, The Naked Swiss: A Nation Behind 10 Myths, was published last October, I’ve met several people who have mentioned to me their wish to write a...

Writing about Writing by Corina Duyn
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Part of our identity and our abilities may be hidden away like treasures at the bottom of the sea until we are forced to find them. Tobi Zausner – When Walls Become...

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