Copy writing tips for work at home mums

When you work for yourself, running your own little empire of one, all the jobs fall to you. You are operations manager (delivering the core function of your business), you are the finance manager (paying the bills, raising the invoices, taking the money, keeping the books, managing the budget), you are the marketing manager (promoting…

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Interview with Stephanie Chapman blogger turned novelist

Stephanie Chapman has been blogging at I’m counting UFO‘s for a long time and was in the Food BiB Shortlist last year but today her novel Getting Over Jesse Franklin is out on Kindle, BritMums got in touch with Stephanie to congratulate her and to ask her how she did it? Have you got a book…

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Publishing a book – what I’ve learned

I’ve just published my first ever book. It’s called A modern father (…and dad blogger) and it focuses on my life as a stay at home dad. As the title suggests, however, I couldn’t resist writing just a little about being a dad blogger. Getting the book into print has taken over my life and…

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7 steps to writing a press release

Emma Jayne Jones is author of Baby In My Backpack and has been shortlisted for a Travel BiB award. Having worked extensively as a journalist she passes on some great tips on how to write a press release. We all need a little self promotion sometimes and when you’ve done something great – like being…

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Tips on conquering writer’s block

Whether you’re writing the next War and Peace or your next blog post, writer’s block can strike. We gathered together a novelist, two prolific bloggers working on larger projects and and a blogger/time management expert to discover how to break through writer’s block on a G+ hangout. BritMums cofounder Jennifer Howze speaks to Novelist Amanda…

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