Norfolk Poets and Writers

I would like to tell members, I am blogging at:


The 2nd is for Poetry Forms New for Old (including my new poetry forms), the 3rd will always include seasonal material (all year).

There is also a free ezine eTIPS directly from me at:

And readers/writers may be interested in a new website for free uploads (and free downloads) of books – I have included some of my work, and:

  • 20 Tips to Keep Editors Happy Revisited (WW)
  • 20 Tips to Keep Poets Happy Revisited (WW)
  • 20 tips to Keep Inspiration Alive (edited WW, author: Margaret Munro Gibson, poet, RIP)

— Wendy Webb, Norfolk Poets and Writers

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Author: Pam Fish Date: May 13, 2010 3:52 pm
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Pamela Strange: June 12, 2010 11:44 am

I've just finished an intriguing murder mystery written in a sensual romantic style -Intimate Enemies. Any ideas for publishers to approach welcomed. Or for literary agents who would be interested in this mix of styles.

My book Daddys Little Spy - Isabella Rose's amazing struggle to survive in WW2 when her mother becomes a witch (Wiccan) is doing well but I could do with a traditional publisher or a literary agent to take it further. I've been advised to rewrite from adult p.o.v at the moment its written from a child's p.o.v in chronological order. This would make it an entirely different book so I still want to sell Daddy's to as many people as possible. Any ideas welcomed. I give book talks chatting about other authors I've met or admire like Joanna Trollop -Jane Asher and Catherine Cookson as well as my own work and its a fun afternoon - I also give talks to aspiring writers' groups and have done book signings. But there are many more readers I need to capture. All ideas welcomed Pam

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