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Guest Writer Spot

This week, I would like to welcome the talented Richard V. Frankland, author of the Ian Vaughan thriller series, to my Guest Writer Spot. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this descriptive scene as much as I did:   TO LIVE AGAIN … Continue reading

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The A-Z Of Writing Ideas – B Is For…

Last week saw the first in my new weekly series. Each week, I’ll be bringing you an idea – whether it’s a magazine to write for, a theme for a short story, the opening line of a poem…If you missed … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

This week, I’d like to welcome Alethea Kehas, with a strong piece of writing, as my Guest Writer. Exploring the Body’s Memories: An Exercise in Constriction By Alethea Kehas   When we begin to let go of the grasp of … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Writing Magazine usually have themed competitions, but the first one of 2018 sees an open competition. Apart from the lack of a theme, all the usual rules apply: Word Count: Between 1500-1700 words Prizes: 1st: £200 plus publication in the … Continue reading

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The A-Z Of Writing Ideas – A Is For…

Here’s part one of my new writing series. Each week, I’ll be bringing you an idea – whether it’s a magazine to write for, a theme for a short story, the opening line of a poem… This week, my idea … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

Thank you to everyone who has been sending in their wonderful work for my Guest Writer Spot. This week, my talented student, Danielle Dinally is featured, with some of her poems. OX-TAIL A river valley, no gaps in between, oxen, … Continue reading

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A Teeny Tiny Dash Of Flash

As many of you know, one of my passions is flash fiction. But flash fiction comes in all sorts of sizes, whether it’s 500-words, or even 55-words… DEAD He was dead. Tears poured down her cheeks. How could he leave … Continue reading

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