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The new issue of Writing Magazine is out today!

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The May issue is in stores now, packed with all the good stuff for writers – grab a copy and get writing!

Our star interview is Taylor Jenkins Read. Catch her talking about one of the year's hottest books, Daisy Jones and the Six, and being in the unusual situation of having a TV adaptation commissioned before the book was sold.

Also in the May issue, we give you all the advice you need on:

• How to create space to write – why you need a writer's shed

• How to write for magazines

• How to finish your novel

• How to move on from a writing project that isn't working out

• Writing for children – how to generate ideas for stories with a strong hook

And: Your monthly motivation! 25 writing competitions to enter... 38 chances to get published... 8 exercises to try... and £39.834 in writing prizes to be won!

Plus! Order your print copy directly from us and get the Crime: Just the Facts supplement free, with mythbusting insider advice from the experts to give your crime writing an authentic edge, and advice on getting to grips with all the tips and techniques in the crime writer's toolbox.

Order your print copy direct from us and get the Crime Supplement free! Or get a digital copy and have it on your device in moments!

 

 

 

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