The Writers' Workshop Launches New Crime Blog

The Writers’ Workshop, a leading editorial critique agency specialising in providing writing feedback, festivals and courses.

Online PR News – 26-August-2011 – – Charlbury, United Kingdom (16 August, 2011) – The Writers’ Workshop, a leading editorial critique agency specialising in providing writing feedback, festivals and courses, have launched their brand new Crime Blog, ‘Mean Streets’.

Set up and run by Harry Bingham of The Writers’ Workshop, the leaders in editorial critiques and online courses for aspiring writers, Mean Streets promises to explore Crime writing in all its guises.

Harry Bingham, successfully-published author of both fiction and non-fiction, conceived the idea of this blog, where a large part of Mean Streets will be devoted to book reviews of the latest crime fiction. The ultimate aim is to review every crime novel released by major publishers – a substantial ambition The Writers’ Workshop is determined to accomplish.

“We have a growing band of passionate Crime aficionados, including Harry himself, DCI Jackie Malton (the forensic specialist who advised on Prime Suspect and whom Jane Tennisons’ character was modelled on), and Tom Harper (former head of the Crime Writers’ Association); all of whom are reviewing as many books as the publishers can provide,” commented a spokesperson for The Writers’ Workshop. “For more information about our reviewers, we have filched some Top Secret Files and posted some very compromising notes on the ‘accused’ in our Lineup.

“Witty, informative and immediate, this blog is a great place to discuss all things criminal and is highly recommended for all Crime fiction and non-fiction fans.”

For more information on The Writers’ Workshop and their services, visit their website at http://www.writersworkshop.co.uk/ or telephone 0845 459 9560 (Overseas: +44 845 459 9560).

About The Writers’ Workshop:
The Writers’ Workshop is a literary consultancy which provides exceptional and professional feedback, support and advice regarding aspiring writers or unpublished authors’ manuscripts. They can also help budding writers to build relations with literary agents and have a variety of online writing courses which are taught by a range of top authors.

Contact:
Harry Bingham
The Writers’ Workshop
7 Market Street
Charlbury
0X7 3PH
Tel: 0845 459 9560
info@writersworkshop.co.uk

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Harry Bingham
The Writers' Workshop
The Writers’ Workshop, 7 Market Street
Charlbury Charlbury, 0X7 3PH

0845 459 9560