Resources for writers

Resources to help authors and writers.

If you have any suggestions for resources, or you’d like to suggest additions or changes, I’d be delighted to hear from you!

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Self-Publishing Skills ebook cover

Self-publishing skills free ebook

Originally a series of ten blog posts, here they are combined into one, easy to read and reference book.

This ebook is hosted on my Ko-Fi shop page. It is a free download, just enter £0 when prompted. However, donations help support me to create more free resources.

Style guide free Word document

Keep your writing consistent and make your editor smile when you present them with a style sheet!

My editing free guide

What do all those marks on the page mean? Here’s a free guide to show you!

Editing services free guide

A free guide to the different editorial services I offer.

Selling your books free ideas

Need some ideas about how to sell your self-published book? Here’s some suggestions.

Special characters free resource

Speed up your writing and editing in Microsoft Word. How to insert these special characters quickly and efficiently.

“Nicholas’ work was fast, thorough and immaculate. Found ways to improve what I thought was finished. Very thankful for the work done and will consider for future reference!”

Isabella Beatriz, Author

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