Tag Archives: Terri Giuliano Long

Writers & Readers of the World Unite!

The Indie publishing movement is an exciting and innovative emerging array of people and organisations out there in the wide old reading world to support and develop new writers and help connect them with their audience. Here’s a short article from one of our founding Directors around why he thinks that now is a fantastic time to be a writer or a reader. Continue reading

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To Plot or Not To Plot by Terri Giuliano Long (@tglong)

You all may recall that we posted an article by Terri before. Terri is a novelist and a teacher of writing in Boston, USA. Read her post here… Continue reading

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Interview with Terri Giuliano Long

Continuing our Interview series with authors and industry experts we’re pleased to post this discussion with Terri Giuliano Long. Terri is a novelist and a teacher of writing in Boston, USA. Without further ado, here she is… Continue reading

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Weed, Tighten & Shine by Terri Giuliano Long

We’re delighted to continue our series of posts on advice for writers with this article by Terri Giuliano Long about self-editing and refining your work. We met Terri through Twitter, and are very happy to have made her acquaintance. Read more… Continue reading

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