Since April last year, I have been applying for Content Writing, Copywriting, Editorial Assistant, Marketing Assistant and Social Media employment positions with a wide variety of employers. In this period, I have completed well over 250 applications, from which I have received only a handful of responses and only about 7 of those have resulted in interviews.
Although the roughness of the sea in Margate was varied over the course of the last three days, the events and sessions organised by the Margate Bookie were smooth sailing all weekend.
An Interview with Iain Aitch 5th August 2016 Author Iain Aitch, writer of A Fete Worse Than Death and We’re British, Innit shares some of the ups and downs of embarking on a career in writing and tells of experiences and moments of inspiration that led him to where he is today. Iain began … Continue reading An Interview With Iain Aitch
To celebrate the release of the Second Edition of my self-published anthology, Angles of Reflection, here below is a FREE .pdf copy of 'Nine Tenths of the Law'.
A two-hour train journey can fill some with a sense of foreboding and oncoming boredom. However, when you're filled with the prospect of watching and listening to one of the most prominent children's writers and illustrators of today, the journey is but a minor inconvenience to your afternoon.
An invitation to an event such as this cannot fail to send a thrill of excitement straight to the minds of any kind of writer.
The Ups and Downs of the Self-Publishing Process. Not that I would consider myself an expert on the subject, but to date I have been involved with, created or edited five self-published books. The majority of these have been done on a sites like CreateSpace, an Amazon company, and Kindle Direct Publishing.