Monthly Archives: October 2015

NaNoWriMo 2015 – Knitting Can Walk!

One year ago, on the first of November, I embarked upon a quest to write 50,000 words in thirty days. I was nervous. I’d go so far as to say that I was scared. I wasn’t sure that I could … Continue reading

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Review: Dog Tails: Three Humorous Short Stories for Dog Lovers

Dog Tails: Three Humorous Short Stories for Dog Lovers by Tara Chevrestt My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’d like to make two things very clear before I start my review of this excellent book. Firstly, I am NOT thick! … Continue reading

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The Bush is Back and Smells Delicious

I am re-blogging this post by Chloe Thurlow, because it delights me. I have never really understood why ladies would subject themselves to such pain and irritation just so that they can look like plastic Barbie dolls or little girls … Continue reading

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This cool track puts a wonderful image in my mind

When I was young, I loved to watch The Magic Roundabout at the end of Children’s Hour on BBC One, just before the evening news came on. My favourite character, only just ahead of Dougal, was Dylan the rabbit. Ten … Continue reading

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday – The Chrysalis Moment

Until yesterday afternoon, I had a quote from Sir Richard Branson lined up for Writer’s Quote Wednesday hosted by Silverthreading. I’ll keep that on in my back pocket for another day. As I was driving home listening to the radio, … Continue reading

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Remembering Infinity: Born to Fly!

Originally posted on Remembering Infinity:
Like a caterpillar, one day, we too may be surprised to find that we were born to fly! I‘ll never forget one of my grandmother’s favorite stories–one she would often tell us grandkids when we were small. …

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Is it an Author’s Responsibility to Write a Satisfying Conclusion?

Originally posted on SC Skillman Author:
How important is it for the ending of a novel to satisfy? image credit writing4success.com To what extent can an author be held responsible for this, or is it down to the heart and…

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