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CDP signs second novel by Lynne Hackles

CDP signs second novel by Lynne Hackles

CDP is pleased to announce that we’ve signed the latest novel by Lynne Hackles Lynne, of Tenbury Wells, has had her latest fiction novel acquired by Cahill Davis Publishing. Following the recent release of Lynne’s debut novel, Gail Lockwood and her Imaginary Agony...

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What rejection really means

Submitting your work to a publisher or literary agent is an exciting and nerve-wracking process. You've spent countless hours working on your manuscript, polishing it until it shines, and now you're ready to share it with the world. Unfortunately, the reality is that...

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Who should I tag in my book reviews?

When you post a book review on social media, there’s a few people you could tag. Most reviewers start by tagging the author, publisher, and any book clubs they're a part of. It's a great way to help spread the word and support the author's work.Tagging the author is...

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CDP signs second novel from Jane Allison

CDP signs second novel from Jane Allison

CDP are pleased to announce that we have re-signed a contract with Jane Allison for her second novel, The Headmaster’s Daughter. The Headmaster’s Daughter is the sequel to Jane’s debut novel, The Gardener’s Wife, released in March 2021. In the sequel we revisit Emma...

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Do I need an agent to get my book published?

Writing a book can be a long and arduous process, but getting it published can be an even bigger challenge. One question that often comes up for aspiring authors is whether they need an agent to get their book published. The answer is not as straightforward as a...

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5 mistakes to avoid when querying

Submitting a manuscript to an agent or publisher can be a bit like a blind date: you're not sure what to expect and you might make a fool of yourself. But don't worry, by avoiding these five common mistakes, you can increase your chances of ending up with the...

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