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London is, unsurprisingly, steeped in literary and publishing history. Last week, I had the chance to go on a walking tour around some spots featured in various pieces of literature, or ones that were integral to the city’s legacy of publishing. I thought I would share what I learnt with you! Before we begin, please put your seatbelt on and do not stick your head out of the windows at any point… Read More

As I’ve written in the ‘About’ section, this blog is a documentation of my journey towards my dream: to be a successful, published writer. I never imagined it would be easy. In the past, I’ve written about comparison, losing and gaining inspiration, originality and getting my writing to more people. Now, the more I get involved with the publishing industry, the more I realise that it’s not an understatement to say it’s competitive. So inevitably, failure has become… Read More

I recently decided to join Twitter in order to be more in touch with the publishing world, and to find out about any potential internships, jobs and opportunities. Here is what I learnt whilst creating my account. 1. Any/all forms of your name may already be taken. I don’t know how I didn’t see this coming. After testing every single form of my name, including ridiculous ones I would never actually use,… Read More

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