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The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse. A Thought Provoking Book by Charlie Mackesy. Beautifully Written and Carefully illustrated

As this book suggests, it is for readers of all ages. I’m 51 and I thoroughly enjoyed it; however, it could easily be read to children. I’d absolutely be reading this to my girls at bedtime if they weren’t teenagers now. Might even suggest it this week and see if they are up for it … Continue reading

Note 327 – Are you a fiction or non-fiction writer?

I’m more of a non-fiction writer myself – writing about true, factual accounts of real things, places, people etc., as opposed to stories, books etc., that are invented by an author. I have tried the odd short fictional story, but as I don’t enjoy it as much, I would never be inspired to write my … Continue reading

Note 188 – How people-watching can help a non-fiction writer too…

Being mainly a non-fiction writer, I have never felt the need to watch people and write down valuable thoughts that I can use in my writing pieces….until today.  Earlier on I was sent a link on Twitter which led me to an article by Cindy Huff called “How People-Watching Makes You a Better Writer” (source: Write It Sideways website … Continue reading

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