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This from the writing shed

Hello there I’m really pleased to tell you that my newsletter is back. Look – it’s here! Right in yo
This from the writing shed
By Iain Broome • Issue #1 • View online
Hello there
I’m really pleased to tell you that my newsletter is back.
Look – it’s here! Right in your inbox.
If you’ve been subscribed a while, you’ll probably notice a few changes. I wrote about those changes on my website. The main thing for you is that I’m using the excellent Revue and not Mailchimp, like I did before. It makes the emails easier to produce, comes with a fancy archive page and your data is entirely safe.
If you have any questions, just reply to this email. If you want to unsubscribe, there is a link down there at the bottom.
I’ll have more to say and share in the coming weeks.
Until then, go find something useful below.
Iain

My 2019 logbook with the Everyday app (see below) on screen
My 2019 logbook with the Everyday app (see below) on screen
Jonny Geller
The only thing worse than a deadline for a writer, is no deadline for a writer.

#mondaymotivation
9:07 AM - 7 Jan 2019
Gareth L Powell
Writing tip: Whenever I take something out of the novel I'm working on - a scene that doesn't work, a superfluous chapter, etc - I paste it into a file called CUTS, where I can easily find it if I want to strip out the good parts for later use.
#writetip #amwriting https://t.co/S9kBjco73j
3:41 PM - 8 May 2018
The Bookseller
Independent booksellers enjoy "excellent" Christmas as readers back local businesses: https://t.co/Emyt0MLJe4 (£) https://t.co/ZVr7XiaBuq
6:17 PM - 11 Jan 2019
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