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14/03/19

We're Featured On The IPG Website

We're delighted this month to be featured in the IPG (Independent Publishers Guild) Meet The Member feature. The IPG offer excellent training, drive high standards in the industry, and facilitate a great network for Independent Publishers and their conference is a yearly highlight for us.

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07/03/19

Have You Read The Paranormal Chronicles?

Issue two of the new online magazine from 6th Books Publisher Gavin Davies is now out. The Paranormal Chronicles is an online magazine exploring paranormal phenomena from a wide range of angles.

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27/02/19

How To Be A Kitchen Witch

Kitchen Witch is a term that has been used in the past to describe someone that is a bit of a food expert and actually nothing to do with witchcraft at all. It is also a term used to describe a Scandinavian doll that is hung in the kitchen to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck.

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08/02/19

Writing Characters With Mental Health Issues

When it comes to physical health, a scratch on the knee isn’t the same as an amputated leg. A common cold isn’t the same as bacterial meningitis. Likewise, most people living with some form of atypical mental health aren’t stalkers and psychotic murderers. Mental health is a challenging subject to address in fiction. It’s a very personal thing and the term has a history of it being used as an easy shorthand for ‘psycho’. The traditional mentally deranged antagonist is a well-trodden trope that often does nothing to explore what it’s like to live with mental illness.

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