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Writing is a broad church. So here’s our eclectic overview of books of the month, resources for writers, helpful tips and great ways of boosting your creativity.

Clare Harvey
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My Summer With Dorothy Part 4: The Priory

Acclaimed author Clare Harvey is spending the Summer reading the complete works of Notts writer Dorothy Whipple, and in week 4 we're looking at The...

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My Summer with Dorothy Part 3: They Were Sisters

Author Clare Harvey continues her mission to read the whole of the Dorothy Whipple canon with a look at 'the tender tribalism of sisterhood', They...

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My Summer With Dorothy Part 1: Someone at a Distance

Notts novelist Clare Harvey has set herself the task of reading every novel written by the (prolific!) novelist Dorothy Whipple. We start...

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Georgina Snarl
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National Writing Day: top tips from the Young Poet Laureate

It's National Writing Day, and we're delighted to have our Young Poet Laureate share her tricks of the trade to help you enjoy your writing....

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Two Town Mad
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Ray Gosling: writer, broadcaster, campaigner, rebel, local legend.

As today would have been Ray Gosling's birthday, we thought it a good time to highlight one of the most original voices in broadcasting and...

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John Harvey's Body and Soul: review

After three post-retirement cases and a novel series spanning over a decade, John Harvey’s detective Frank Elder is back for one final case....

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A Trip To Jaipur: Guest Post By Sarah Sayeed

In January, In January, we sent Sarah Sayeed to visit the ZEE Jaipur Literary Festival, India, as the festival's writer in residence. She sent us...

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Finding Hugo: guest post from James Walker.

Literary heritage expert James Walker usually concerns himself with Lawrence and Sillitoe, but a recent trip across the Channel opened his eyes to...

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