Month: July 2019

So You Want To Be A Writer

So, You Want to be a Writer reviewed by Georgie Donaghey

Writing is a solitary act. Rewards can be few and far between. Dedication and hard work need to be unwavering. Writers often search for that thread that connects them with other writers. When I began reading So, You Want to be a Writer, I immediately felt that connection. Imagine a gospel choir singing Hallelujah. This …

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Mindful writer

The Plodding, Bumbling Writer by Deborah Abela

‘Writing is an act of faith not a trick of grammar.’ EB White. I’m a plodding, bumbling writer. Even though recently a friend looked at me sternly and said, ‘You’re methodical’. A methodical plodder, perhaps? I recently finished the third book in the Grimsdon trilogy, Final Storm and writing it felt hard, wonderful and brilliantly …

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Toffle Towers

Toffle Towers – Q&A with Tim Harris

Tim Harris is the bestselling author of several laugh-out-loud series for kids, including Toffle Towers, Mr Bambuckle’s Remarkables and Exploding Endings. His first ever book, Exploding Endings: Painted Dogs & Doom Cakes, was awarded Honour Book at the 2017 KOALAs. Tim’s second series, Mr Bambuckle’s Remarkables, contains his trademark quirkiness, mixed with a touch of …

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Mind Kind

Mind Kind – Q&A with Dr Joanna North

What is Mind Kind about? In Mind Kind you will not find parenting techniques, but rather a parenting philosophy. Recognizing that there are no absolute answers, distinguished psychotherapist, mother and grandmother Dr Joanna North instead aims to help you become aware of the types of emotional support your child may need. Through following this practical …

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Editing

First Impressions Count – Manuscript Format Matters

When presenting manuscripts to publishers, editors, competition judges or critique partners, the manner in which we format them speaks volumes. If your work’s formatting indicates you don’t care to follow publishing industry expectations, ask yourself why you should expect your work to be read. If you care to know what the general expectations are, read …

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The Boy in the Big Blue Glasses

There is a new super hero in town – Q&A with Susanne Gervay

What is The Boy in the Big Blue Glasses about? A boy. A super hero. A brave pirate leads his crew of girls and boys. Until the day Sammy feels different. He gets glasses. His parents, teacher, family are happy for Sammy, because life is no longer blurry. So, the great miscommunication begins. The super hero is …

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