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Tony R Cox: How to use police titles (and weapons) in your writing

This week there’s another guest post on Write with Phil. Tony R Cox (you may remember him from this interview) asked me if he could put together a piece on getting the details right when you’re writing – especially when talking about honorifics and titles for the police. I must admit, it’s something that I’ve …

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Mark Ramsden: Try anything that unblocks the unconscious

Yet another author interview! Thanks to Mark Ramsden for the honest, frank and very interesting answers to my usual raft of questions. It never fails to surprise me how differently people interpret these questions, and every time I step away a little more inspired.  Read the rest of the interviews here, and, if you want …

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Linden Chase: It’s the will to write that makes a writer

It’s time for an interview with writer Linden Chase, who publishes with the Fahrenheit team. Thanks to Linden for answering my questions. If you would like to feature in this section, please send me an email here. What’s your track record – what have you written? I write under a number of different names. The …

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Todd Morr: Writing is much easier on the marriage than playing in a rock band

This week’s interview is with Todd Morr, another Farenhieght Press author. I’d like to thank Todd for his honest answers to my questions and encourage you all to check out his author page on Amazon here. If you’d like to be featured in my author interviews, send me a message using the contact form here. …

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Author interview with Jo Perry: When the stuff I write feels true, that’s a win

In an ongoing series of author interviews (check out the others here) I’ve invited Jo Perry to answer my usual questions. For those of you that haven’t come across this series before, I ask the same questions to different writers to let my readers compare everyone’s habits. I’m a believer that you can never define …

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Duncan MacMaster: Writing is the most satisfying thing I’ve ever done

Today is the second of my interviews with Fahrenheit Press authors today. Duncan MacMaster steps up and answers my standard questions on productivity, routine and writing. As ever, if you’d like to be featured on the blog, send me an email or contact me here. What’s your track record – what have you written? I’ve …

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Author interview with Tony R Cox: Alternative book launches and pub lunches

Today it is the turn of Tony R Cox to answer my questions on what he writes, why he writes and how he writes! Thanks to Tony for getting the answers to me. I love getting these answers back from authors, as it really makes me think about my writing style and how different – …

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The daily writing routines of 20 famous authors

Another Write with Phil first this week, as Global English Editing got in touch to request I put this infographic on the site. It’s pretty cool, all about the daily writing routines of 20 famous writers. Although it’s easy to get caught up in comparisons with other writers, I think a little inspiration goes a long way. Plus infographics …

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