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My Blind Date with a Book

We have been told for years: Never judge a book by its cover. Well, now there is a website that ensures you never will. Blinddatewithabook.com is a fairly new service that shows you a library of books available for purchase, … Continue reading

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Introducing: Turning Ideas Into Words

Hi there! Seems like I while since I have been updating on here. I am aware that posts have been sparse recently. This is mainly due to my own time management, but also due to me working away on my … Continue reading

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Guest Post – Banning Books

Guest Post by Sarah Jayne Tanner. Banning Books: Banning books gives us silence when we need speech. It closes our ears when we need to listen. It makes us blind when we need sight.
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All Hallows Write

#AllHallowsWrite This is a writing challenge (like the Ice Bucket Challenge, but without the risk of hypothermia). Continue reading

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(B)Rain Stops Play

(B)Rain Stops Play – So, I feel like time is on fast-forward at the moment… Continue reading

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Rain Stops Play

Rain Stops Play: Writing through the unexpected – You would think that in a country like the UK, where the weather can be extremely unpredictable, that we would come up with sports where bad weather is not an inhibiting factor in determining if it is played or not – Cricket, Tennis, I’m looking at you… Continue reading

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Inspiration… Inaction… Instigation…

Inspiratoin… Inaction… Instigation… A battle against Writer’s Block Continue reading

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Desert — The Daily Post

My response to The Daily Post’s one word prompt, Desert. Continue reading

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First blog post

After graduating in 2007 with a 2:1 in Creative Writing and English Literature, all I wanted to do was get writing. Continue reading

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