Are you a Storyteller? Or a Wordsmith?

When you start writing a novel, you think the writing itself is the process. Then you finish the first draft, and you realise that, no, it’s the editing that’s the process. But the process actually starts before any of this – at the idea development stage.

All or nothing…

After months of not typing a single word, I've written about 15,000 words in 10 days - and broken two nails in the process.

Other authors: Susannah Cahalan

Today is a little bit different as I’m sharing my thoughts on Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness, which is an autobiography, not a novel. I’m making the exception for Susannah Cahalan’s book because the writing is as poetic as any novel.

Introducing Pict Publishing – a new wave of female writers.


Pict has been my brainchild for a few months , but only until recently did it really get off the ground running. With the addition of new members, this company has really began to take shape and are taking our first exciting steps.
We now have four very experienced team members and 3 authors within the name and we hope to grow as the year progresses.

📙 So who are we ?

We are a UK based publishing company, set up to help Indie authors on the path to success, headed up by successful Indie authors who want to give back to the writing community.

📙 What do we do?

Pict is made up of a team of very skilled and experienced women in the publishing world and aim to offer new female writers an opportunity to take nerve wracking steps to being self-published, but have the support and back up of…

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