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by WW Office Source link Guest author and blogger Elisa Lodato is author of An Unremarkable Body. Here Elisa describes how, with some help from one of our editors, she took her story from pen and paper to published novel. In the spring of 2015 … Continue reading → Take
by SPR Source link Tom Durwood is a teacher, writer and editor with an interest in history. Tom most recently taught English Composition and Empire and Literature at Valley Forge Military College, where he won the Teacher of the Year Award five times. Tom has taught Public Speaking and Basic
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by Richard Rowlands Source link Hi WriteWorldwide readers, and welcome to the latest in our series of inspirational and advice-packed interviews with professional freelance writers. Today’s interview is with Mridu Khullar Relph—founder of one of our favourite sites for freelance writers, The International Freelancer. Keep reading to find out her