How to start your writing career tomorrow

This is the only advice you really need.

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Unsolicited submission: How to grab the attention of a script reader

The best most writers are likely to get from a script reader is an automatic response.

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‘How Twitter helped me sell hundreds of thousands of books’

Claude Bouchard has almost half a million Twitter followers – but it’s what he does with them that has made the platform a crucial contributor to his book sales.

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38 reasons why your screenplay will get rejected

Ever wanted to know what’s going through the mind of a big-shot script reader? Well, this new infographic may be the most useful thing to have landed on your screen since Google.

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How I Got My First Agent: author Daniel Kemp

Everybody wave hello to ‘How I Got My First Agent’ – a new regular feature at Real Writers’ Guide.

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Want to be a copywriter? Enlist with an agency (and 4 other tips)

IdeasTap (which is a great site by the way, check it out, I won’t be offended) has put together a handful of tips for the aspiring corporate copywriter. And a decent handful it is too.

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How new! magazine editor Lebby Eyres got started

‘Hot’ celeb interviews, fashion freebies in the post; it’s no wonder the life of a women’s lifestyle journo is sought after by so many.

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