Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Tomorrow - it's out tomorrow!

October 2010 Issue
As well as Tony Blair On Himself, cover author, Bob Burke, talks about his path to publication; David Robinson explores the advantages of e-book as a medium for your work; we are pleased to have been asked once again to feature the results for the second quarter of Flash 500, and there’s an article on How Not to Lose Friends and Alienate People. 

Not to be missed, Catriona Troth has some tips on getting the most from your library card. There’s more satirical letters in Dear Ed. Manager of the Canterbury branch of Waterstones tells us why bookshops WILL survive. And Anne Stormont comes back with part two of Just Do It.

Gillian Hamer explores the phenomenon that is Stieg Larsson; Danny Gillan gives us a piece on The Right to Write as well as another Comp Corner challenge to stretch us; and Michelle Romaine explains Microsoft Word’s Track Changes with a quick How To guide. 

Oh, and Perry finally reveals what happened to his cat …

Saturday, 18 September 2010

Christmas Book 2010

The perfect gift for your loved ones this Christmas ...

Orders are now being taken for the Christmas Book Bits, Bobs and Baubles 2010. All orders must be in by 3rd October latest to ensure they are printed and dispatched in time for Christmas. If you would like more information on ordering copies, visit

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Love Your Library?

Are you one of the army of writers whose love affair with books began in your local library?  Write and tell us about your experience.  The most inspiring stories (up to 500 words) will be published in the next edition of WWJ.

Email with the subject 'Love My Library' by 14th September.