Monthly Archives: May 2014

What Does It Mean To Belong?

Belonging Blogging about my writing group, and being part of a community of writers has made me think about what it means to belong. Clearly, we humans are a social breed. We’re stronger together, yet there are still those who will … Continue reading

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An Exciting Opportunity to Join a Writing Community

Story Cartel Hi, I just wanted to share with you the news that the Story Cartel Course launches again next week. So why am I so excited about this? The Story Cartel course is awesome in that it helps you to … Continue reading

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In Praise of Writing Groups

My curiosity to discover what’s around the next corner meant that, from an early age, I’ve had a love of stories. However, despite my love of writing, I hesitated in making the next step, which is to share stories. For … Continue reading

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Local Boy – exploring Roald Dahl’s links to Cardiff, by Katie Hamer

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Did you know Roald Dahl was a local? There’s plenty of parts of the city named after him or that make reference to him. So we sent writer Katie Hamer out in search of…

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“Beginning of a Hero (Legends of Windemere)”

“Beginning of a Hero (Legends of Windemere)” Charles Yallowitz “Beginning of a Hero” is the first book in the “Legends of Windemere” series. It is a strong debut novel that also functions as a stand-alone book. The author lives and … Continue reading

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