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Nicola Morgan - Write to be Published - Part of 'Listen*Read*See London'

Thursday 2nd June 2011 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event

With just about 90 books and a host of awards to her name, Nicola Morgan doesn't seem to have much of a problem getting published. Yet before she became a Carnegie Medal-nominated author, she struggled for 21 years to navigate through London's publishing industry to find a home for her books. Now, in her widely-read blog, 'Help! I Need a Publisher!' and new book Write to be Published, Morgan has brought together her experience and advice for aspiring writers. Join Nicola this evening as she shares her wisdom and answers your questions about how to finally get published.

 

Tickets: Free, but need to be reserved by adding the required number to the basket below. .No physical tickets will be issued: the order confirmation you will receive after you add ticket/s to your basket is your proof of reservation. Please choose the Free UK Standard despatch option during checkout.

 

Click here for Nicola's top tips for would-be writers, compiled exclusively for Foyles.

 

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This event is part of 'Listen*Read*See London'

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