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First Impressions

First impressions are vital in interviews, first dates and any number of social situations. The same is true of books. The first chapter of a book is your first (and sometimes only) chance to impress a reader and persuade...

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Imagine the scene; you’ve worked for months on your book, it’s been edited, refined and honed to perfection. You are pleased with it and feel it’s ready to be launched into the world. You click save and sit back...

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I have had a couple of conversations with authors recently who wanted to know if I could help them get an agent and publisher. I am not opposed to publishers; I think there is room for lots of publishing...

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You are so excited to have finished your novel and now you want to self-publish it. Great idea but what if you don’t have the funds to invest in your book what can you do? In our last newsletter...

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You have finished your book, it’s taken a lot of blood sweat and tears and now you want to publish it. If you want to keep the momentum going self-publishing is the way to do it. The questions I...

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As a writer do you think of other writers as your competitors? Or is your literary world one of collaboration and friendship? People who love books will read lots of different authors. Don’t you love it when you find...

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Are you a cash cow?

You have spent time writing your book, maybe you have tried to get a publisher to take it, or maybe you always wanted to be an Indie Author – it does sound cooler than self-published writer don’t you think?...

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The Story Behind Bookcamp

Our Bookcamp training programme is ideal if you want to self-publish your books, control your budget and have the support of experienced self-publishers to ease you through the process. We have strong values and ethics about sharing knowledge, empowering...

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