A couple of reports that will be of interest and useful to writers have just been published. These are the Royal Literary Society’s report ‘A Room Of My Own’, and the Society of Author’s plain English guide to the EU Copyright Directive.
Dreyer’s English is a great, irreverent, guide to English grammar and usage. It’s ideal for writers, and I’ll be running a prize draw for subscribers to Terry Freedman’s Books Bulletin.
I read a horror story recently about someone who could have got themselves into a lot of legal trouble. But there are organisations, books and blogs that can help you avoid such pitfalls.
As far as I can gather, the pie chart in this article summarises every writer’s dilemma.