Write Around The Web: literary festival, proofreading, typography, adverbs and a smile

Welcome to our new selection of curated info from around the web — hand-picked for HTWB readers by yours truly. Enjoy!
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Milton Keynes, England — easy to get to from London, Oxford, Cambridge, Birmingham and beyond…Sz 

Milton Keynes Literary Festival 18-22 September 2019

A fabulous festival of books, words, writers and ideas that celebrates everything literary, bookish or wordyMilton KeynesAfter a triumphant debut in 2017 – with Lynton Kwesi Johnson, Michael Rosen and much more – we returned in 2018 with an even more ambitious programme, working with new Festival partners and venues to bring a cornucopia of the finest contemporary writing to the city.  Highlights in 2018 included Hollie McNish, Mark Haddon and Lemn Sissay. [Read more…]

What to write to business prospects so you stay in their thoughts

How do you keep your name uppermost in your business prospects’ minds when they’re contemplating hiring you (or a competitor) … without appearing to nag or pester them?
how to retain prospects' interest in youThis was an issue raised by Anna, a business coach I know who is ace at what she does but, as always, has to compete with others for lucrative contracts. [Read more…]

How to write the best content – latest news

As you may already know, several hundred lucky HTWB readers receive my curated pick of the crop of the best articles on content writing from around the web (plus some other, exclusive information) – every month.

How to write the best content - latest news from HTWBA week or two later the top 6 articles get shared on HTWB itself … and here’s what I curated from some 200-odd articles published on content marketing and social media websites in April, 2015… [Read more…]

In Guy Kawasaki’s AllTop.com: I’m honored! (And why content curation is such good news, too…)

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Guy Kawasaki

If you’re into social media you’ll know that Guy Kawasaki is the social media guru to beat all gurus. So when I found out that my humble site (this one) was in his Alltop.com’s top 300-odd social media sites, I was gobsmacked. And thrilled. [Read more…]