Genre Classification Classifying your genre will be one of the first things you do. However, this may not be as simple as it sounds. Many novels, scripts and other works of art will combine elements of more than one genre within the story that is told. However, there will still be one main genre that flows… Continue reading What is your genre?
This festival has been running for 5 years and keeps getting better and better. It predominantly runs over two days but there are a few activities during the run up – for example the Mini March Fest. Some events are free and some have a small cost and you will need a ticked for most (even the… Continue reading Felixstowe Book Festival 2017
My son’s first Easter, he was too young for chocolate so I bought him a book instead. Now it has become a tradition. Here are ten books (two for each category) that have an Easter theme. Babies (0 to 12 months) Five Little Ducks by Miles Kelly Unless you’ve spent your adult life around young children… Continue reading Easter Reads – for under 5s
by Tonya R. Moore I used to be a pantser. Time was writing by the seat of my pants was the only way I could imagine getting any writing done. This particular approach to the writing process worked for me for a very long time. That changed, though, when a medical condition which seems […] via… Continue reading Pantser to Plotter
On Thursday, 2 March 2017 Write Story Books For Children held an hourly competition for world book day an I won one of them! Each competition had a new question and another prize to be won. You could enter on Facebook, Twitter and I think you could post on their blog too. I decided to… Continue reading I won a prize on World Book Day
What is Writers’ Centre Norwich. They are a national centre for writers in the UK. If you live in East Anglia, you may have heard of them. They promote world literature and help writers develop their skills with courses that are delivered at their premises and online (via UEA). They have resources to enable writers… Continue reading Escalator – Writers’ Centre Norwich
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? by Meg Dowell For the first week of 2017, because of the new year, I did not write any articles. Clients either weren’t ready to assign them yet or they were having me work on other projects (because being a content creator means you get to write…