LWC writerly news for March

Writerly news

This month we’ll be learning about how to promote your book – both before, during and after publication. We’ll be talking to publishers, self-published authors, publicists and agents to find out exactly how to really publicize your book.


Ed Griffiths

Our speaker at the LWC event on March 20th is Ed Griffiths, Senior Publicity Manager for Ebury Press, imprint of Random House. Book now (members come free, and can bring a guest).


LWC’s October speaker, Madeleine Buston, sets up her own agency.

Enter the competition to be part of the launch list of her new agency.


If you think what you write is haggis, ent nobody else gunna think your writing is anything but haggis.Read two writers’ experiences of their time on an Arvon course.


Want to make a Big Leap in your writing – join Suzy Greaves’ free teleclass on Monday, 27th February.


Welcome to new LWC members, Alison Porteous, Jules Acton, Jens Hildebrand, Kevin Hulin, Jonathan Richardson, Lisa Goldman, Rosanna Lowe, Derek Bates, Lucy Wilson, Ally Pyle, Stephanie Siciarz, Vanita Sharma and Katrina Allison.

Download


Publicist Joe Pickering of Penguin Books speaks at a previous LWC event:

Dates for the Diary

2nd March: 1-2pm Members Exclusive Writers’ Surgery: members exclusive teleconference – join us for an hour of free advice from the comfort of your sofa. Email us if you’d like to join this.

20th March: LWC event with Ed Griffiths, Senior Publicity Manager of Ebury Press.Book now.


Competition

This month’s competition is a Flash Fiction competition. 55 words – no more – with the theme ‘End of Winter’. Email us with your Flash Fiction. The prize is a free membership to LWC. Congratulations to Jonathan Richardson winner of last month’s competition.


Final Word

From typewriter to the bookshop: a publishing story.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Top