Structuring Your Novel by Karen Wood

Karen Wood is a much-loved MAA appraiser, and an outstanding person who we feel privileged to work with. She also happens to be a devoted published author of teen fiction and a committed supporter of other emerging writers. In this article, that we pinched (with permission) from the Writing Teen Novels website, … Read More

May 2016: Manuscript Discount offer

What do you have to do to enjoy a 15% discount on any of our manuscript development services? Simply share this page (with the video) on your social media site (Facebook or Twitter), let us know about it and you will be eligible for the 15% discount, don’t forget to include … Read More

Writing a Cover Letter

When I wrote my article on Writing a Synopsis, I mentioned that it was one of the most challenging tasks for authors. The cover letter (otherwise known as a Query Letter), by comparison, should actually be pretty simple. The main aim of your cover letter is to give the agent/publisher … Read More

Book Review – PALACE OF TEARS (Julian Leatherdale)

Palace of Tears is the debut novel from author, Julian Leatherdale. It is a brooding generational saga of family, loss, betrayal, vengeance and discovery. Written from a shifting third person narrative, we watch events unfold from the perspective of several different key characters spanning three generations and more than a … Read More

Writing a Synopsis

I am sure it is not surprising, but writing a synopsis is the hardest task for most of our authors. It’s rare to find anyone completely confident in their synopsis and cover letter – even if they think they have written the world’s best book! It’s hard. And we – … Read More