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The last thing you want is to sign up to another newsletter so that someone can market themselves at you. I get that. Which is why I don’t do newsletters. I just write letters, as though I’m writing to a friend. Because if you write tales that are a little bit weird or fantastical, you like geeky pop-culture references, and your ideal Friday night includes a bubble bath and a good book … I think we’re going to get along just fine.

‘Thanks for the good content and friendly conversation you provide. I always look forward to reading what you share’ – Kelsey Mitchener

‘I love reading your letters. I find them so inspirational and I hope you continue to keep posting and sending them.’ – Anonymous 

Every two weeks (no more, but sometimes less) I write and send out a Liminal Letter. I write about what it’s really like running a literary consultancy, and about my continued efforts to cultivate a creative and meaningful life – as an editor, a writer, a business owner, a traveller, and a homely soul. And though I write about my thoughts and experiences, I hope you’ll see a little bit of yourself reflected back. And if there are any Liminal Pages special offers to be had, you’ll be the first to know, too.

 

‘Self-Editing Your Novel’ – My free gift to you

SelfEditingYourNovelCoverWhen you sign up to Liminal Letters, you’ll also receive ‘Self-Editing Your Novel’ – a short, step-by-step guide that consolidates the most useful lessons I’ve learned as both a writer and a professional editor to help you redraft and edit your novel to new levels of awesome.

‘I loved the guide. It was very helpful and easy to understand!’ – Tony Faggioli

‘This guide should be read immediately!’ – Alex Jones