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Iain Broome
Iain Broome
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Literary adaptations, funding for writers and tools for your writing workflow

Hello to all you new subscribers. Lovely to have you.

Like most of you no doubt, I'm still working out how to juggle the various balls thrown haphazardly into the air by the current situation. A big thank you and a significant piece of cake (🍰) if you're one of the brilliant people who has signed up to find out when my writing courses and resources launch.

Most of my time has been taken up with client work and wrangling the kids. However, last week I spent my evenings putting some new decking around my writing shed. It's all finished and looks great!

I'm now working on a longer piece for this newsletter that explains how I managed to build a garden office. It's really rather handy right now. Got specific shed questions? Just hit reply and ask away.

That's it for now. Go find something excellent in the links below.

Every issue I collect and share the best advice, apps and other shenanigans that I find on my internet travels. Find something useful? Subscribe for free.

I Miss The Office – very pretty site that plays sounds from the office to make you feel... at home?

The 40 Best Literary Adaptations to Stream Right Now – or you could watch Tiger King, of course

Sip – collect, organize and share your colors – fantastic Mac app if you work with multiple colour palettes (like I do)

My Tools for Writing Workflow – some good stuff here from SL Huang, especially Workflowy that I’m tempted to try again myself

A utopian vision for the next 10 years of publishingKit Caless of Influx Press tells it like it will be

A Modern Take on the Pomodoro Technique – good overview of the app Forest, which I've shared before

Ten children’s books everyone should read – lots of good stuff here

Novelists pick books to inspire, uplift, and offer escape – and more here too

When Virtual Literary Events Are an Opportunity for Accessibility – I do think this switch to video events will become commonplace

Funding for writers during COVID-19 – this is useful specifically for UK writers

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