Why fewer exposes are printed in the press these days…

November 27, 2013
Selling a story for money.
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As someone who runs a ‘sell my story website’, it can sometimes be hard to explain to people why they do have a story – that might even potentially make the front page of a national newspaper – but unfortunately they cannot be paid for it. […]

A child’s war…

November 14, 2013
Leslie Checkley
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As another remembrance day goes by, we were delighted to be sent this memoir by Leslie Checkley, of his memories as a child in World War Two… […]

How mumblogging is being killed off by adverts…

November 3, 2013
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Something insidious has happened to mummy blogs – which is rendering them boring and all alike – they have been taken over by tens adverts and sponsored posts. […]

Does skullduggery ever pay dividends in business?

October 25, 2013
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So you believe the rival company that won the business over you shouldn’t have done for some reason… in fact you believe you have evidence they told a porkie to get the deal. So the question is should you tip off the client about why you believe they shouldn’t have trusted your rival? […]

Author Spot: Rita Wilkinson

October 4, 2013
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Rita Wilkinson tells how she began her book as a little project on her computer and how throughout her lifetime she always wanted to write but until now, never had the confidence … […]

“But I’m the worst… mum/wife/friend … the new trend for women writers…

September 19, 2013
Kate Thompson Daily Mail
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Being so proud not to make time to enjoy sex with your husband or devote time to your children – and writing about it – has become a new trend amongst female writers… […]