Power up your dialogue

Friday, August 28th, 2020

  By Pauline Kiernan Dialogue does many things at once. Characters show what’s on their minds and who they are. It creates conflict, tension and release. Above all, dialogue is where the story’s essential core is most dramatically realised because stories are powered by characters and their actions and emotions. So first, use words that […]

The 2020 Booker Prize longlist announced | The Booker Prizes

Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

20 Booker Prize longlist announced Source: The 2020 Booker Prize longlist announced | The Booker Prizes

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Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

I had been writing my novel for a long time. Like many, I’d been on several creative writing courses, writing retreats, writing weekends (you name it – I’d done it) but still, I couldn’t focus, couldn’t develop my book in the way I wanted to. Eventually I found myself at the (metaphorical) door of the […]

Journey to becoming a writer by Christie Selph

Sunday, February 16th, 2020

Grandma Moses and I…. Like Anna Mary Robertson Moses with her painting, I began writing fiction, later in life. I had an earlier start than she, but tackling novels in my golden years was a challenge which took me nearly a decade to conquer. I will leave it up to you, dear readers, if I’ve […]

The Hare Trilogy: By our very own Dennis Hamley

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

‘A most moving and sensitive animal fantasy.’ Richard Adams, author of Watership Down.     ‘Things aren’t untrue just because they never happened.’   THE HARE TRILOGY Hare’s Choice, Badger’s Fate, Hawk’s Vision   Dennis Hamley       The Hare Trilogy is an omnibus edition of three short novels for children, first published by […]