Category Archives: Writing

Time for a Comeback

It is time to drag myself back to my true passions: writing and running. I am inspired by this excellent article from Wild Words by Bridget Holding. My personal approaches are: Writing: Write something every day even if it is … Continue reading

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Inspiring Children to Read and Write

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Markets For Freelancers

Take a look through this article from Esther Newton. With some hard work, there has to be at least one route to pennies in the bank amongst all these links. Source: Markets For Freelancers

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Ten Little Astronauts at the Agatha Christie Festival

Originally posted on Damon L. Wakes:
I’ve been invited to talk about Ten Little Astronauts at the International Agatha Christie Festival on September 14th! If you’re in the area (or planning to make a trip to Torquay for five straight…

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Cara Bristol’s 8-Year Authorversary

Some great advice from an author who has been through the mill Read the original article here For my 8-year authorversary: 12 Truths About Publishing by Cara Bristol Eight years ago this month, I received my first book contract! Intimate … Continue reading

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A day in the life of Agent X

Originally posted on Words and Fictions:
Agent X stretched after a poor night’s sleep. She really ought to get more exercise…spend less time staring at screens…eat more sensibly. But a new day beckoned. She had a fascinating submission to read…

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Whatever Happened to Small is Beautiful?

Originally posted on SC Skillman Author:
In 1993, E.F. Schmacher published a book entitled Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People Mattered. It was well received, and promised a potential revolution in ideas for capitalism and for…

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Cover Reveal of My New Book ‘Perilous Path: a Writer’s Journey’

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I’m delighted to reveal the cover design of my new book which is due out soon:The cover was created by graphic designer Annabelle Bradford. Perilous Path: a writer’s journey is a short non-fiction book (106…

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Review: The Writer’s Treasury of Ideas

The Writer’s Treasury of Ideas by Linda Lewis My rating: 5 of 5 stars Imagine a fruit tree. Fill its branches with an abundant crop of your favourite fruit: apples, pears, plums, oranges, papayas, figs, lemons, limes, nectarines, peaches, pomegranates … Continue reading

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Wonderful Writers’ Summer School at Swanwick

TW3 – That Was The Week That Was! For many years, my father, Tony Greenfield, has been attending the Swanwick Writers’ Summer School in Derbyshire. He raves about it and has implored me to accompany him on many occasions. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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