Author Resources

Are you an author who has always dreamed of writing a book?

Or an experienced author looking for writing inspiration or a list of tools for writers?

Here you’ll find a huge list of author resources and a wide range of writing guides that support and encourage better writing by giving budding authors practical advice, tips and useful examples.

Free resources for authors include a list of the best UK literary magazines for submissions, a huge list of writing competitions and my top 10 writing tips to help you create a successful book. Advice for writers includes how to describe characters, as well as guides to publish and market your book. You’ll also find writing inspiration to keep you motivated or spark new story ideas.

Polish your creative writing skills. Whether you’re a complete beginner or ready for publication, all aspiring authors should work on their craft. We can all achieve more together.

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List of Resources for Writers and Authors

Here it is, the ultimate list of resources for authors and writers tools, to help you achieve success. Click on the most popular author resources links below to find support to write, publish, and market your book.

Access easy-to-understand author blog articles, information and resources to help you make a living from your writing.

Book Writing Guides

Top 10 Writing Tips

How to Describe People

Average Book Lengths Guide

How to Write a Scottish Accent

How to Write, Edit and Publish Children’s Books

Book Editing Guides

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Book Publishing Guides

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Book Marketing Guides

Writing Competitions List

Huge List of UK Literary Magazines

How to Win Writing Competitions

Writing Inspiration:

Beach Writing Prompts

Paris Writing Inspiration

Author Mindset

Writing Dystopian Fiction in Modern Times

Book Cover Design

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Free Story Examples

Free Poem: Broken

Free Short Story: Rapunzel’s Lament

Free Short Story: A Rainy Day in Paris

Aaron Mullins (@DrAaronMullins) is an award winning, internationally published psychologist and Amazon bestselling author. Aaron has over 15 years experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in business strategy for authors and publishers. He started Birdtree Books Publishing where he worked as Editor-in-Chief, partnered with World Reader Charity and taught Academic Writing at Coventry University. Aaron’s book How to Write Fiction: A Creative Writing Guide for Authors has become a staple reference book for writers and those interested in a publishing career. Find out more.

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