It doesn't matter why we write, we all need odd bits of writing information and tips at some time. That's why this site was created - to be on hand when you have a question or need to learn about some new aspect of writing.
Here you can find all kinds of exciting and interesting writerly things. There's my personal better writing secrets, tips on writing personal essays, articles and dialogue, advice on making money writing, suggestions on how to live with rejection letters, and everything in between.
If you're a writer, or want to be one - for profit or fun - you'll find plenty here to interest you. Alternatively, if you're looking for information on something relating to writing and can't find it here, why not send me a message? I'll be happy to answer it. And don't worry, after more than twenty years of writing and being a writing coach, I've been asked all kinds of questions. Some are straight forward, some cause smiles and others send me scurrying for more information, however I'm pretty sure I've answered all of them.
But as a starting point, why not click on the Writing Tips tab above and see if there's something in the drop down list to help you?
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P.S. Don't worry about the course's change of title in the write-up. I decided to rename it after people kept asking me why I had called it '9 Ways to Instantly Improve your Writing' when in fact I cover around thirty. I plan to change the entire course to read 'Writing Skills that Make a Difference', I just haven't been able to get around to doing it yet.