David Brewster

The art of sorting information for your book

(This blog post originally appeared on David Brewster’s website, link here.) I’m currently working on the […]

July 19, 2017 on David Brewster, writing help

Plan to get rich from your book? Read this first.

(This blog post originally appeared on David Brewster’s website, link here.) Recently a couple of […]

June 22, 2017 on David Brewster, writing help

Editor seeking relationship with writer

Writing is a solitary task. This is perhaps the main reason why so many writing […]

September 2, 2016 on David Brewster, editing, proofreading, story coaching, writing services

Starting a new book writing project: embracing the unknown

I’ve recently started working on a new company history project. I’ve conducted interviews with about […]

June 22, 2016 on David Brewster

Evolution of a headshot

Taking a photo of ourselves should be easy, shouldn’t it? There’s no-one we know better, […]

April 14, 2016 on Alina Golovachenko, Ann Bolch, David Brewster

Show them who you are, Duncan Warnock!

Our first client to take up The Full Picture was pleased with both his headshot […]

April 13, 2016 on Alina Golovachenko, Ann Bolch, Blog Boast, David Brewster, opportunities, writing services

Show them who you are

Most people know and can articulate what they do. But over the years I’ve stopped […]

March 30, 2016 on Alina Golovachenko, Ann Bolch, David Brewster, writing help, writing services

Give yourself a break. Do something personal.

If you want the best result from a sizeable writing project, you need to take […]

December 21, 2015 on David Brewster, writing help, writing inspiration

The power of simplicity

Behind me in my office sit two large bookcases, one of which is almost entirely […]

October 1, 2015 on David Brewster, writing help, writing inspiration
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