Stuart White

‘Sir Stuart, White Knight and GIF Jedi. Part of the Rebel Alliance. Emperor of #WriteMentor. Writing Padawan. Currently going Solo.’ This bio is a Rogue One.

Here’s the titles for our shortlist, which is now in the hands of our agent judge, Becky Bagnall. Kickerella Monty McPurr and the Genie of the Blobfish The Nighthawk Detectives …

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How to Win a Novel Award Authors and multi-competition winners Emily Randall-Jones and Melissa Welliver share their advice on how to make your novel entry stand out amongst the crowd …

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Announcing the winners of WriteMentor Novel in Development Award 2022

WriteMentor Hub 2022 Writer in Residence Rashmi Sirdeshpande shares how to overcome writers block

Lorna Hemingway, literary agent at Bell Lomax Moreton, gives her insights and advice about submitting your Picture Book manuscript

Chloe Seager, literary agent at Madeleine Milburn, gives her insights and advice about submitting your manuscript

WriteMentor Writer-in-Residence and Picture Book author Rashmi Sirdeshpande urges writers to focus on passes, not rejections

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Welcome to the Team What a lovely way to start the New Year! We have not one, but two new members to welcome to the WriteMentor, behind-the-scenes, team! Though, of …

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Coming up in 2022 in the Hub for Picture Books Picture Books with Rashmi Sirdeshpande This is an outline for next year, and all sessions/content are subject to small changes. …

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Review of 2021 I guess, first of all, I should start with how difficult this year has been for us all. It started in the worst possible way with the …

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WriteEvents Everything you always wanted to know about book events but were afraid to ask Tutors: Clare Helen Welsh and Fiona Barker  Format: 3 x 1hr sessions followed by 1 x …

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Within our community, writers constantly work hard behind the scenes (over and above their own writing) to help in various ways. Some people volunteer to organise events or writing retreats. …

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WriteMentor coffee break reads

Read WriteMentor’s coffee break reads blog post of how to structure your story.

862 applicants. 64 mentors. 4 months of mentoring. 2 weeks of deliberation. 1 agent showcase.

It’s time to announce the 2021 mentor-mentee pairings!

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