Advice for Writers

                                 including Free Assessment of Manuscripts

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You're an author seeking a publisher? If you've started beating on publishers' doors you've probably had some rebuffs already. 


I had plenty myself but I persevered and eventually found myself signing contracts – and copies of my books as they rolled from the press!

They do smell good!

Completing the journey from pen to print brings huge satisfaction (and some money besides) and I'm happy to guide new authors along the narrow path that leads to success.

Some years ago I helped an author to find a publisher for her first biography - and she's published another three since then! Another author wrote, 'How impressed I've been with the thoroughness of your editorial comments.'
More recently, I helped my son and colleague Robin Triggs with his debut novel - and now it's in the bookshops
An author is checking her first publishing contract
        The joy of a publishing contract!
Maybe we could help you, too. If so, just send your work, or one or two chapters if you prefer.

I personally specialise in children's books and adult fiction. If necessary, I'll pass your work to someone with the right expertise.
We'll respond by making some helpful comments free of charge. (Free assessment of manuscripts - that can't be bad!) We'll also let you know what a full review would cost.
Simply email your work to me, Tony D Triggs, at [email protected] or use the form below to get our postal address or ask any questions.
Thank you for contacting me. I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
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Shown here with the novelist's blessing is an example of the detailed work we can offer. It can make all the difference.
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Advice for authors and free assessment of manuscripts is available for all.
However, if you're creative and young (under 18), or an adult helping a talented youngster, please visit Calling Creative Youngsters.