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Jennifer Lynn Burrows Aug 20
Give us your best ! My ! When RL takes up every minute, don't sweat your writing. Use it like a brain break. Your story will be fresher once your brain is tired from other tasks.
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Donna Consiglio Mar 27
Currently reading: How to Write a Novel in 15 Steps - -
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Marija Maher Sep 13
Loved celebrating last night with my pals. And finally got to see my words published in the anthology. Now to knuckle down and complete my ๐Ÿ“”๐Ÿ“
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Ruby Speechley Aug 1
An essential read! โ€œSkinner knows a thing or two about novel writing. He not only directs and teaches in Faber Academyโ€™s fiction program, heโ€™s written three novels of his own, three books of non-fiction, three books of poetry and has edited several anthologies.โ€
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Faber Academy Sep 3
*Calling all aspiring novelists!* The deadline for our flagship WRITING A NOVEL course is Sunday 8th September. Apply now for daytime, evening and online options: โœ๏ธStart your writing journey today!๐Ÿ–‹๏ธ
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Catherine Gladstone May 17
The Faber Academy scholarship is now open for applications. . Offering FREE places on courses like this is a brilliant initiative to support writers who may not otherwise be heard.
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Faber Writing Academy at Allen and Unwin Nov 27
What cool news! Our wonderful tutor Emily Bitto's novel The Strays to be developed into a 6 part series!
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Ryan Ludington Feb 4
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Joanna G. Holden 3 Dec 18
I did it!!! First chapter of Act III is written, baby! All 2,917 words of it. Feeling good about FINALLY getting to the finish line! โ€ฆ
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Heather M. Kaufman Oct 18
do you find beginnings or ends of chapters the hardest to write & why? For me, itโ€™s the ending. I find myself wanting to be mysterious/interesting/poetic/poignant so that the reader is like โ€œUgh OK fine! Iโ€™ll read ONE more chapter!โ€ ๐Ÿ˜†
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Carolina VonKampen Nov 6
A4: Same goes for clients! If you work with indie authors, for example, search for hashtags like , , or to find writers. DO NOT BE CREEPY, though. Aim to form a genuine relationship.
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Faber Academy Feb 4
Not even the weather can keep us down, because it's 's 10 year anniversary! Here's to all the students, our lovely tutors, the brilliant guests we've enticed in and the Academy team past and present; we couldn't have got this far without you. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ๐Ÿพ๐ŸŽˆ
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Faber Writing Academy at Allen and Unwin Sep 30
We're getting quite teary-eyed as we prepare to farewell our graduating class tonight in Sydney with . Don't forget registrations for our 2020 class are open now! And you can get teary with us this time next year!
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Evalyn Dec 17
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Richard Skinner Oct 15
More pics coming in all the way from Montreal, Monaco and, er, Otley. Cheers people!
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Anita Loughrey Oct 4
Today on my blog I talk about whether we need to write a synopsis, who reads them and who doesn't.
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Justine Machin ๐ŸŽ„ Oct 10
Fancy winning this book? Simply retweet and follow. All welcome to enter. Ends 31st October. ๐ŸŽƒ Good luck!
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Nina-lin Oct 30
Only the second murder. I remember at , I had killed off 8 in #10,000words. I can't help but laugh at this.
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Nina-lin Sep 17
My Tuesdays are for writing. What are your Tuesdays like?
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