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VIDEO: Getting started as a writer

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Author of Now That I've Found You, Saving Grace and Becoming Scarlett, Ciara Geraghty didn’t even start writing until she was 34.
Hear how she got started and her advice for other writers breaking through in our exclusive video, courtesy of Hodder.



For more info about Ciara and her books, see her website

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