TLC NEWS

Paul McVeigh Joins TLC Literary Adventure 2020

December 02, 2019 | Adventures, Other News
TLC is thrilled to announce the tutor for its Guardian-recommended Literary Adventure writing retreat 2020 is the award-winning novelist Paul…
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Whose Voice is it Anyway?

October 01, 2019 | Blog
Finding a voice People talk a lot about finding your own voice when writing fiction, and I've heard people who…
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TLC Plants Trees for Writers

July 23, 2019 | Other News, Press & Publicity
This week, the Booksellers' Association launched its first Green Manifesto, urging the book trade to keep environmental sustainability at the…
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Why Writers Need a Business Mindset

April 01, 2019 | Blog
A steep learning-curve As well as writing all my life, I’ve also spent all my working life in education, in…
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Stepping Stones to Success

October 01, 2018 | Blog
Stepping Stones to Success When I first started writing, I thought there were three steps to getting published: Write a…
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Raising the Visibility of Women in Non-fiction

September 01, 2018 | Blog, Other News, TLC Talent
The Literary Consultancy is delighted to be supporting The Thinking Woman's Writing Award, set up by author Kate Jegede. Applications…
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On Literary Fiction, and Literary Snobbery

March 01, 2017 | Blog
Recently I read an article dating back to 2014 where novelist and journalist Will Self posed the question “is the…
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Craft: Why It Matters

February 01, 2017 | Blog
I run a local writing group – Wear Valley Writers – and we’ve occasionally had new members who’ve turned up,…
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The Tricky Question of Genre

December 01, 2016 | Blog
Emily Brontë never worried whether Wuthering Heights fell into New Adult or Adult, Jane Austen didn't lose sleep about whether…
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TLC and Unthank School of Writing Partnership

November 23, 2016 | Other News, Special Offers
We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Unthank School of Writing following feedback we received in our recent…
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