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Read more, write better! Writing Magazine bonus content, July 2019

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Complement July's Writing Magazine with background reading and resources:

Read our masterclass short story, Winter, 1965 by Frederic Tuten.

Listen to an audiobook extract of Jeffery Deaver's The Never Game and Charles Cumming's The Man Between.

Read the suggested rewrite of a reader's novel opening in Under the Microscope Extra.

Read the winning stories and the judges' comments from this month's short story competition results in our Competition Showcase, and enter this month's open competitions in our competition hub.

For more, get the July issue of Writing Magazine now.

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