Author Archives: Esther Chilton

Bite Size Writing Tips

Entering a short story competition? Think outside the box. When I ran my last short story competition, a lot of entries focused on death and an apocalyptic world. Jot down several ideas. The first few will probably be themes a … Continue reading

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Book Cover Reveal!

A few weeks ago, I announced that I had a new book of short stories coming out soon. I promised you a sneak peek at my book cover – and here it is. I’m extremely proud to announce that it’s … Continue reading

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Can You Tell A Story In…

Well, you clearly found last week’s twenty-word story challenge a doddle. So I’m going to be mean again! Can you tell a story in only five words? Here’s one: Yipee! Time to leave. Friday! Here are last week’s brilliant twenty-word … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

How would you like to win £20,000? If you would, then you’ll need to publish a book with Kindle Direct Publishing – and it’ll need to be published between 1st May 2019 and 31st August 2019. Here’s some information from … Continue reading

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A Lighter Look At Life

I love this sign! It would definitely get me wanting to go and take a look.

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Fabulous Photographs If you’re writing an article for a magazine, always make sure you have clear, high quality photographs to accompany it. These can often be a deciding factor in an editor accepting your article. Even if you have written … Continue reading

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A Lighter Look At Life

There was a young writer called Sam, Who as he typed, ate berries and ham, He wrote about pigs, Wearing bright pink wigs, Rolling in puddles of jam. ***

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