Wise Writing Words

Posted at 05:20am on 5th July 2010

ADVICE FOR ASPIRING AUTHORS

Asked what advice I would give aspiring authors in an interview I was recently asked to do, I parodied Winston Churchill's famous Fight Them On The Beaches speech. Writing, in other words, requires hard labour and endurance!

I also shared how I nearly turned down a commission from a major publisher for a book which became a No. 4 Bestseller.

You can read about it here: Wise Writing Words - Mel Menzies

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