Further Reading

Aslib Directory of Information Sources in the UK.

501 Writers' Questions Answered, Nancy Smith, Piatkus.

The Chambers Dictionary.

Collins English Dictionary & Thesaurus.

Directory of Writers' Circles, available from Oldacre, Hor-derns Park Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire SK23 9SY. Tel: (01298) 812305. Email: [email protected]

Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite (PC/Mac) CD-Rom.

From Pitch to Publication, Everything You Need To Know To Get Your Novel Published, published by Carole Blake, Macmillan.

Getting the Point: A Panic-free Guide to English Punctuation for Adults, Jenny Haddon and Elizabeth Hawksley, Floris Books.

How to Turn Your Holidays into Popular Fiction, Kate Nivi-son, Allison & Busby.

How to Write Horror Fiction, William F. Nolan, Writer's Digest.

How to Write Short Short Stories, Stella Whitelaw, Allison & Busby.

Concise Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, Susan Ratcliffe, OUP.

Research for Writers, Ann Hoffman, A & C Black.

Roget's Thesaurus, Penguin Books.

The Bloomsbury Guide to Grammar, Gordon Jarvie. The Craft of Writing Articles, Gordon Wells, Allison & Busby.

The Hutchinson Concise Encyclopedia, Century Hutchinson. The Way to Write Novels, Paddy Kitchen, Elm Tree Books. The Writer's Handbook, Macmillan. Writers' and Artists' Yearbook, A & C Black. Writers-circles.com Directory, Diana Hayden, 39 Lincoln Way, Harlington, Beds LU5 6NG. Tel: (01525) 873197. Email: [email protected] Website: www.writers-circles.com Teach Yourself Writing for Magazines, Rod Lawton, Hodder Education.

Writing for Radio, Rosemary Horstmann, A & C Black. Writing Step by Step, Jean Saunders, Allison & Busby.

Please note that online versions of most dictionaries and thesauruses are now readily available on the Internet. Check out the websites of major educational publishers and online bookshops for details of electronic versions.

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