Monthly Archives: April 2011

Writing the first sentence of a book

Writing the first sen­tence of a book is a chal­lenge. It must draw the read­er in and set the tone for what is to come. Getting those first few words down can be a psy­cho­lo­gic­al boost to the author or a daunt­ing task fraught with angst and des­pair. Continue read­ing

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Tax tips for writers by Caroline Woodward

No one looks for­ward to doing their income tax. And if you’re self-employed there’s usu­ally a humung­ous pile of receipts and forms to wade through. But Caroline comes to the res­cue with some tips to make tax time a little easi­er for writers. Continue read­ing

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