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A Problem Shared - Volume Two: Ten Writing Dilemmas answered by Jane Wenham-Jones

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Jane Wenham-Jones - agony aunt for Writing Magazine - gives advice on literary queries, writing worries and the obstacles faced by anyone hoping to be published.

In this volume, the questions answered are:
11: A Room of Ones Own
12: Two Books a Year
13: Finding Time
14: Research
15: Someone Else has Written the Same Book
16: What is X Factor?
17: Calling Myself a Writer
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Kindle Edition, 40 pages
Published June 28th 2017
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Jane Wenham-Jones is the author of six novels her latest is The Big Five O and three non-fiction books. Wannabe a Writer? is a humorous look at the trials and tribulations of becoming a scribe and Wannabe a Writer We've Heard Of? is a how-to on PR and self-promotion. 100 Ways to Fight the Flab (and still have wine and chocolate) is full of useful tips to combat Writer's Bottom - an occupational ...more

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