If you’d like to write fiction for women’s magazines, take a look at my submission database which you can find here.
Here are some of my articles on writing –
More Words Per Week 101 ways to increase, and make better use of, your writing time.
Facts and Tips to Help New Medium.com writers Medium is a really interesting site for readers and writers with almost unlimited paid publishing opportunities.
Publishing With Amazon A simple guide to self publishing your book in paperback and/or ebook formats through Amazon.
Fattening Your First Draft 101 tips, tricks and complete cheats to increase your word count.
Free Entry Writing Competitions. Are they a way of getting something for nothing, or too good to be true?
Write A Garden! From the seeds of an idea, to the fruits of our efforts, there are many similarities between creative writing and gardening.
10 Advantages of entering writing competitions.
My Womag and other writing blog is a resource for writers. On there I regularly post links to free entry writing competitions, news about writing for women’s magazines, information and self publishing and other publication opportunities.
I’ve written 1 1/2 books for writers. They both do what it says on the cover – and they’re both complete books. The 1/2 is because I co-wrote one with my talented friend Rosemary J Kind.
A YEAR OF IDEAS: 365 sets of writing prompts and exercises
All writers need ideas. We need topics and themes, prompts to get started and a little encouragement to keep going. New writers may be wondering where to begin, daunted by a blank page and want help to transform thoughts into fiction. Even the most experienced have dry periods when ideas don’t flow, or times when they appreciate a push to try something different.
Patsy Collins’ methods are proven to work. She’s employed them at workshops where she’s never failed to get her attendees, from brand new and nervous to burnt out, not just writing but producing interesting scenes, snippets and stories.
Each of the daily sets of prompts in this book have been used in some way by Patsy, to create her own work. She needs a lot of ideas as she’s completed six novels, co-written From Story Idea to Reader (an accessible guide to writing fiction) and produced twenty collections of themed short stories, averaging two dozen per book. Hundreds of her short stories have been published – mainly in women’s magazines. She blogs, writes articles, wins competitions and is always working on something new.
Whether you’re a new writer, or a more experienced one temporarily out of ideas, have hours to fill or just five free minutes, you’ll find something in this book to help get you writing – every day of the year.
Get it here or order through your local bookshop or library.
From Story Idea to Reader
Whether brushing up your writing skills or starting out, this book will take you through the whole process from inspiration to conclusion.
Are you looking to submit your work for publication, enter a competition, or do you want to self-publish? This practical guide will help you every step of the way.
Between them, Patsy Collins and Rosemary Kind have sold hundreds of short stories, written sixteen published books and produced numerous articles for Writing Magazine and similar publications. They’ve both judged writing competitions and run workshops, and Rosemary has read and edited thousands of short stories and published dozens of books for other writers.
With the information, help and encouragement in this book, you too could see your work in print.
Buy it now and give your writing life a boost.
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