Book Review: Write, Inspire, Create

L is 5 but passionate about writing stories and absolutely loves it, if however you are trying to ignite a passion not yet shown then 7 would probably be a better age, but this book has no upper age, any aspiring writing would benefit from the activities in this gorgeous book

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Taking the other road

I have just finished writing the next 2 pages of my novelĀ “Faith, Hope and Magic” with my new “sliding doors” moment, I had planed to re-write the last page I wrote but instead have tried to translate the “trousers of time” clarity I had the other day with it into the story itself, I feel…

My Novel

I sat down to write on my blog this evening and then as I was procrastinating on starting my post I ended up reading my “About” section I had written many moons ago and in it I talked about my blog being a way for me to practise my writing, which firmly reminded me that…

Christmas Prep & Writing

December has in the past meant a drastic increase in my writing as I have blogged about my Alternative Advent Calendar with my boys, this year however I have not found the time or energy to write a single post about it, I have made it as far as taking a couple of photos and…

My First Book Review: Finding Dory

This is my first ever book review, I am equal parts nervous and excited, I have been trying to challenge myself to write more, my blog has as ever been neglected for a few months again, writing is definitely and up and down with me, I have so much to say and love to compose…

Faith, Hope and Magic (Page 1)

As I am getting close to finishing pages 3 & 4 of my story and will be hopefully posting them up for my Patrons in the next few days (children allowing of course), I thought I would put the first page of my work out for everyone to see, as currently my only patrons are…

Dyslexic Writer

I started this blog to get myself writing and despite being absent from it for some time now, my sails were rather windless on the writing front, it has proved to have been a great jump point, I have now well and truly hurled myself off the hay bale (something I could never bring myself…