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WHAT the DICKENS magazine OUT NOW! 100 pages of creativity

Issue 7: The Journey Edition is in PRINT now thanks to a great bunch of folk who donated money via Sponsume. A preview of the magazine is still available online here

WHAT THE DICKENSYou can buy your 100 page copy by visiting the SHOP area of the website where you will find links to BUY your copy

(Money raised from the sales will help the team at WHAT THE DICKENS to print the next issue of the magazine.)

Here’s a selection of the contents in the current issue:

Author Interview
with Ed Hillyer (The Clay Dreaming)

Behind the scenes of two and a half writing websites
Website ideas from Richard Hearn, creator of Paragraph Planet and Writing Workout

Make your own…Land Art with Sandy East
The lovely Sandy gets Handy Andy with Nature

‘Why publish an eBook?’
Magazine designer and owner of (eBook publishing company for writers), Ben Ottridge keeps us updated with the shifting world of eBooks and what this means for us writers.

Social Media Review
This new series continues with some tips and tricks for Facebook brought to you by Katy Lassetter of Chichester Copywriter

Curious Interviews
with Tom Mison, Bali Rai, Christine Bottomley, Jeremy de Quidt and Hugh Bonneville

Help! The dog ate my manuscript
Gail Aldwin answers your writing problems. This issue: Where can I send flash fiction for publication?

 Book Reviews:
Lois Bennett discusses The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson, Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne and The Works of the Bronte Sisters by Anne, Charlotte & Emily Bronte

Alison Bacon has her latest eBook round-up including The Devil’s Music by Jane Rusbridge and Time out of Mind by Shirley Wright

Journey Writing from contributors
Short stories, poems and flash fiction by Karen Dennison, James Bovington, Jamie Robertson, Simone Davy, Francine van den Berg, Andrea Wicks, Brian Barbeito, Isobel Durrant, Sam Lenton, Deborah Bazalgette, Harry Gallon, Heather Walker, Silvia Barlaam, Pat Phillips, Lois Bennett, Kate Allan, Joy Lenton, Trudy Edwards, Amina Hachemi, Valerie Morton, Connell Wayne Regner, Ian McLoughlin and Anna Kisby


Romancing the Story
Bridget Whelan (yes, this Bridget Whelan) examines romantic fiction – the most popular genre in fiction

Desert Island Reads
Each issue I ask a guest writer to recommend up to ten books they have read, re-read and would willingly read again. This issue is writer and former chair of the Romantic Novelists Association  Norma Curtis

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