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Pitching from the Pulpit: Preparing for a Public Reading by Robert Craven
Posted by Robert Craven in , .

Situated along the River Liffey, past the Temple Bar area of Dublin stands Smock Alley Theatre. Founded in 1662 as a Theatre Royal (the only one ever built outside of London)...

Why Join Writing.ie? What Are The Benefits To You?
Posted by Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin in , , , .

Writing.ie was thrilled recently to win EU Business News Magazine’s prestigious award for Best Digital Writing Resource, on top of the Blogger Awards (silver and gold) that we have won...

How to Write a Book Launch Press Release by Jack Murray
Posted by Jack Murray in , .

Let’s be honest, nobody sets out to write a bland book, so why would you want a lukewarm book launch? In order to achieve that best-seller status you’ll need to...

10 Things To Look Out For When Line Editing by Adriana Bielkova
Posted by Adriana Bielkova in .

This is one of our most popular posts, but, as our archive is so huge, we know articles can get lost – so here are some vital tips for anyone intending...

Cover Love: Creating Irresistible Covers by Sam Blake
Posted by Sam Blake in .

There’s nothing more exciting than seeing your book cover art for the first time. When I was sent the original images for Little Bones, a point that it had taken...

Collaborative Digital Marketing: Sell Your Books, Not Your Soul by Laurence O’Bryan
Posted by Laurence O'Bryan in , .

One of the many challenges facing writers in our new age of broken barriers and floods of books, is how far we all go with our self-promotion. Some of us...

How to Write a Synopsis by Angela Clarke
Posted by Angela Clarke in , , .

Angela Clarke is The Sunday Times bestselling author of the Social Media Murder Series, including Follow Me, Watch Me, and Trust Me. Angela has produced an extensive collection of Writing Tips video tutorials on many...

20 Tips for Self-Published Authors by the Secret Bookseller
Posted by Secret Bookseller in , .

You’ve written a book. Congratulations, I mean it, and that’s coming from someone who: is completely incapable of writing a book and counts eating a whole tube of Pringles in one...

How Can You Tell When Editorial Feedback is ‘Right’ by Catherine Ryan...
Posted by Catherine Ryan Howard in , , .

You write a book. You decide the world needs it. Ideally, you then either: Submit it to an agent who finds you a publisher Or self-publish in a professional way....

All About Copyright by Brenda Tobin
Posted by Brenda Tobin in , .

Copyright protections arise naturally once a work is created. If you have written an original literary or dramatic work then no formalities such as registration of the work are necessary...