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Bite Size Writing Tips

Make your reader smile Ideas for humorous letters, fillers, articles and stories are everywhere. Something your granddaughter said which left you in stitches can make an ideal anecdote for a reader’s letter. Likewise, an experience abroad, be it braving the … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Enjoy writing short humorous pieces? Then try Reader’s Digest and their You Couldn’t Make It Up slot. They invite true, funny stories, from around 40 words, up to 100 words. If they pick yours and publish it in the magazine, … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

This week’s Guest Writer, Martin Strike, is one who lives locally to me. He is a very talented writer. Not everyone can write humour, but as you’ll see, Martin certainly can.  Before you read his story, here’s a little bit … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Think you’re funny? Good at making people laugh? Then why not enter the Writing Magazine humour short story competition. Here are the details for you: Prizes: 1st: £200 plus publication in the magazine Runner-up: £50 plus publication on the website … Continue reading

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