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Read more! Bonus content from July Writing Magazine

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Find out more and dig deeper with bonus content from the July issue of Writing Magazine:

Read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Japanned Box online, or download an ebook to your device, from Project Gutenberg.

Read James McCreet's suggested Under the Microscope rewrite of a reader's thriller opening here.

Find out why our judges chose this month's winning stories – and read the stories themselves – in our Competition Showcase

Listen to audiobook extracts of our featured titles:
Into the Water, by Paula Hawkins
The Great Gatsby, by F Scott Fitzgerald
The Fate of Katherine Carr, by Thomas H Cook
Meet Me on the Beach, by Hilary Boyd

Get your copy of Writing Magazine's July issue here

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