Catch up with Jo Parfitt’s September Inspirer including: The Power of Writing a Journal The Connecting Bit Parting Piece The Life Story Jar Programme What’s On in September 2020 Writing Holidays led by Jo Find out more HERE
Adjusting to a new place can be difficult, whether you’re transitioning from city life to the countryside or learning about a whole new culture in a foreign country. While not everyone has the means or the desire to make such a drastic change themselves, we can all get a feel for what the experience is… Read More 10 Inspiring Stories About Living in a New Place
For Radical Financial Advisers Who Dare to Soar Okay… so you and your team are already doing a really good job for clients. But are you creating a business – no matter how small – that could be described as ‘Great’, ‘Exceptional’, ‘Industry-Changing’? Is your company a place of creativity and re-energising joy? Do you… Read More The Flight of The Soul Millionaire – Do You Dare to Soar?
Springtime Books author, Judyth Gregory-Smith is devoted to a unique and inspirational project – Gifts of Sight – which involves collecting used glasses in Malaysia and the UK. Judyth then personally distributes them to isolated villages around Myanmar for people who have no hope of being able to buy them. Watch the video to find out more about this… Read More Help Judyth Gregory-Smith Support Gifts of Sight
If you’ve written your book, don’t take risks and think you need someone to just proofread your work – find an editor. From reading my previous two blog posts – So, you think you don’t need an Editor? Think Again, and Top Ten Tips for Editing like an Editor – you’ll know why. If you’re self-publishing… Read More I’ve written my book – how do I find an editor?
So how does an editor begin an edit and what do they look for? How can you, as a writer, edit your own work – before you send it to on to a professional editor for that final polish? TIP ONE: Think like an editor Every editor is different and will have a differing agenda… Read More Top Ten Tips for Editing Like an Editor