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6 tips for writing quickly – from author, Emily Organ

I think it’s so useful to get advice from other authors and I will absorb all the information I can get my hands on to help navigate through this complex business. Back in July, author Karen Inglis shared her writing process in an interview I did with her. Today it’s the turn of Emily Organ,… Continue reading 6 tips for writing quickly – from author, Emily Organ

Books · Fiction · Writing

Writing a middle grade manuscript

I have exciting news from Nikki Young Writes and I’ve been bursting to share it. My first book is going to be published soon! Many of you who follow this blog will know I spent a lot of last year working on my young adult manuscript. I finished a second draft and decided that it… Continue reading Writing a middle grade manuscript

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Book review – Oy Yew, by Ana Salote

Oy is a waif. Except he doesn’t know it. He doesn’t know anything about who he is or where he came from. Hiding out in the back alley of a bakery is all he has ever known, until he is captured. When the waif-snatchers ensnare him in their net and deliver him into the hands… Continue reading Book review – Oy Yew, by Ana Salote

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Interview with children’s author, Karen Inglis

I love meeting other authors. For me, it’s very inspiring and gives me hope that I will one day be in a similar position. It’s incredibly hard work though and takes a lot of dedication, as my guest today will tell you. Karen Inglis is a children’s author living in Barnes, London. She has sold… Continue reading Interview with children’s author, Karen Inglis