The Book Proposal Masterclass (In association with H&S) – ‘This live online masterclass will help you turn your non-fiction book idea into a deal-winning book proposal, to wow publishers and launch your professional writing career.’

Do What You Love Ltd

PLR (Public Lending Right) – ‘Through our website we aim to provide published authors with an easy route to register for UK and Irish PLR which is a legal right to payment from government in both countries each time their books are borrowed from public libraries.’

+44 (0)1642 604699

ALCS (The Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society Limited) – ‘Protect and promote the rights of authors writing in all disciplines; ensure authors receive fair payment for the various uses of their work’

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7264 5700

The Writers and Artists’ Yearbook – ‘industry advice for writers and artists as well as writing services for every stage of your writing journey’

Booktrust – ‘an independent reading and writing charity that makes a nationwide impact on individuals, families and communities, and culture in the UK.’

The Novelry – ‘the world’s number one writing blog, offering articles from well-known authors and industry professionals, as well as plenty of craft tips and ideas.’

Literary consultancies

There are a number of literary consultancies who can offer advice and guidance on your writing and increase your chances of finding representation. We recommend you do the research to find the right one for you and try and get personal recommendations from other writers who have used their services. Note that consultancies charge fees and any agreement between an author and consultancy is taken at the author’s sole discretion.

A note about internships: we do take on interns from time to time, but currently do not have any availability. We will update this section as and when that changes.