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Your Writer’s Website: What to Do and How to Do It

I’m often asked if there’s any point to having a website if one is a writer. Surely, Facebook is enough? My answer is always, ‘Yes, you do need your own website.’ Social media is a great way to build your online platform. However, you wouldn’t build your house on someone else’s land, so why would […]

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Your Brand as a Writer

This is a tricky one. For many Christians, the idea of being a brand conjures up images of self-worship, but branding, such as it is, has actually been around for a long time. First off, you are your brand You may not know it, yet, but you are already a brand. Yes, you. Your personality, […]

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Getting Started as a Writer

Happy New Year! If, like most of the people I know, you’ve decided to embark on your writing career, then you’ve come to the right place for help. Being a writer is great. Actually, it’s amazing. But, like most things in life, it takes time to master the craft, so you should be patient. There […]

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Book Review: Baby, Baby, by Mari Howard

I had some misgivings about this book. To be fair, it’s not the author’s fault. It’s just that anything that involves science or maths tends to send me into a coma. It’s the reason I retook my Maths GCSE FOUR times and still didn’t pass. Baby, Baby is ‘set against the advances of 1980s advances […]

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Interview: Luke Lewis, Pieter Kwant, Langham Partnership

Ready Writer Mag Interviews Luke Lewis, Publishing Operations and Pieter Kwant, Director, Langham Literature Hi Luke and Pieter, and thanks for agreeing to be interviewed by Ready Writer Mag LL: Thanks for having us! First off, what is Langham? PK: Well, Langham Partnership is a global network seeking to equip the next generation of Bible […]

Book Review: The Peace Garden, by Fiona Veitch Smith

The Peace Garden starts off innocently enough. The night before a garden competition, the competitors in a suburban cul-de-sac wake up to find their gardens ruined. Inspired by the Nancy Drew books she reads, teenager Natalie Porter sets about investigating the crime. As the book progresses, Natalie finds herself investigating far more than a missing […]