Maybe You Should Write a Book

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Prentice-Hall, Jan 1, 1979 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 181 pages
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Glasgow Central Station
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Glasgow Central: John Yellowlees in front of new class 334 following its inaugural run.
Glasgow Central Station
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 150
Glasgow Central: New Class 334 on its maiden run.
Glasgow Central Station
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Glasgow Central: New Class 334 following its maiden run.
Glasgow Central Station
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Glasgow Central: View of Glasgow Central Station in the Caledonian Railway Tourist Guide.
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Glasgow Central: View looking north in Glasgow Central Station under glazed roof.
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Glasgow Central: View looking north under glazed area in Glasgow Central Station.
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Glasgow Central: Looking north at the end of platform 1, Glasgow Central Station.
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Glasgow Central: Viewing looking north under glazed area, Glasgow Central Station.
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Glasgow Central: View looking south at platform 1, Glasgow Central Station.
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Glasgow Central: Class 101 entering Glasgow Central station.
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Glasgow Central: On the day First took over the ScotRail franchise a First ScotRail livery train sat in Glasgow Central.
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Glasgow Central: A piper for First ScotRails first service - a train for Gourock.
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Glasgow Central: Arrival at Glasgow Central 22.
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Glasgow Central: 44871 ready to leave for East Kilbride.
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Glasgow Central: Aerial view of Glasgow Central (centre), the Kingston Bridge (bottom) and to a lesser extent Queen Street (top left).
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Glasgow Central: Late running Pendolino carrying the Amis de Chemin de Fer arrives at Glasgow Central.
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Glasgow Central: Local trains at Glasgow Central and railfan on right.
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Glasgow Central: Crew change about to take place on a standard class 4 2-6-4T at Glasgow Central in the late 1950s.
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Glasgow Central: Royal Scot class 4-6-0 no 46121 Highland Light Infantry, City of Glasgow Regiment takes a train out of Glasgow Central in the early 1960s. The locomotive was eventually withdrawn from Polmadie shed at the end of 1962.
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Glasgow Central: Circle train approaching Central. CR 0.4.4T 15265.
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Glasgow Central: Fowler 2.6.4T 42415 leaving Central for Gourock.
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Glasgow Central: Scene at Glasgow Central circa 1960. On the left Princess Royal class pacific 46201, Princess Elizabeth, just released from the platform line after bringing in a train from the south, heads for Polmadie; in the centre, one of the new EMUs is running into the station and, on the right, an EE Type 1 is operating as station pilot.
Glasgow Central Station
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Glasgow Central: 45010 (pilot 10.45 to Morecambe and Manchester) at No.2
 

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User Review  - Terry Portillo - Goodreads

A few interesting quotes from famous writers scattered throughout, but the book is extremely outdated. The advice it contains would not be helpful for someone writing today. Read full review

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MAYBE YOU SHOULD WRITE A BOOK
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BEING RICH NEED NOT BE BAD
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HOW MUCH AM I BID?
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