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The Jack Janson blog tour starts soon!

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Join Jack on his adventures with Winfred Storm Caller

Jack Janson is nearly 14, unloved at home and bullied at school and has little good in his life other than his gran who lives in Cornwall and Sarah-Jane, the girl next door whom he adores. When Jack gets the … Continue reading

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2019 in review

2019 will go down as the year I took decisive action and achieved proper tangible results. Action started in February when I went to BradCamp, an inspirational camp by Brad Burton. This was a true eye opener. I realised that … Continue reading

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Do something different to keep your writing fresh.

Many writers when they are in the middle of a novel can lose track of where they are and are just punching out the words. When this happens, the writing can be a bit stale and lacking action. It’s tough, … Continue reading

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What a writer needs most – support.

Writing is a lonely occupation, writers are often shut away in rooms for hours at a time for days on end working on their latest manuscript with little or no contact with others for a considerable time. That doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Jack Janson and the Storm Caller, the first review.

  Here is the first review from Maggie V in  Monaco. A definite 4.5 a real ‘grows on you’ book that you would pick up a second time without hesitation. If you’re a fan of Lord of the Rings, Harry … Continue reading

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My new website!

Hi all, I just want to share with you my brand new website that is live today. It is https://andrewmarsh.co It gives details of my writing, speaking, entrepreneur work and all sorts of useful information on what I am doing … Continue reading

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The Waiting Game

The last couple of months I have been busy on a number of things related to my writing and moving it forward. I have done an online course on how to pitch to an agent and found a great deal … Continue reading

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Write something dramatic.

I am often asked by fellow writers how to keep ideas fresh and maintain interest in your books. Often, they are writing in a specific way that fits with their genre and sometimes, those “restrictions” are actually stifling the creativity … Continue reading

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What I do at the end of a writing session to keep the flow going.

As a writer I am lucky in that I can sit down in a disciplined way and write. I always have ideas and they flow onto the page without much trouble at all. One of the things I am sometimes … Continue reading

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