Thursday, 15 December 2016

I've been interviewed!

I've been interviewed for the Joined Up Writing podcast! This is a weekly show which covers all aspects of writing. As you might imagine, I'm talking about womag fiction and From Story Idea to Reader - plus pitching articles, planning novels, #writingchat... 

For anyone who's come to the blog via the podcast, and other new readers, I'd like to offer a guided tour.

Submission guidelines can be found by clicking this link, or by scrolling down the righthand sidebar to "Magazine guidelines - quick links" where you can select the title you're interested in.

If you have a question, feel free to ask it either as a comment to the latest post, or here. And if you know the answer to any questions which have been asked, please share the information.

Anyone who'd like to be featured on the blog, or has information or good news to share can contact me here.

For everything else, you'll find a selection of pages at the top of the screen, there's a seach facility and a clickable list of labels (both in the righthand sidebar). If you're looking for links to free to enter writing competitions, you want my other blog.

New or not, I hope you find the womagwriter blog useful. 


  1. Congratulations on the interview, Patsy, and huge thanks for yet more indispensable links! Both your blogs are really useful and Inspirational (and packed with energy - WHEN d`you sit down for coffee?).

  2. How exciting. I'll get on the case. Congratulations

    H x

  3. I enjoyed listening to your interview on the podcast, Patsy. Lots of useful and interesting information along the way too. :)

  4. Great interview, Patsy, useful information and interesting to hear how others carryout their working schedule.

  5. Finally got around to listening to the podcast and really enjoyed it. But you don't sound like any sort of 'skiver', Patsy!

  6. @ Mimi - that just proves how good I am at fiction ;-) I can talk a good busy and hardworking!


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