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Tag Archives: children
I read a short essay today by Jo Nesbø over at Lit Hub, where he describes the perfect writing room–an ideal space, which he doesn’t use, and it got me thinking about how often we put off doing something because … Continue reading
The first time I was given this advice was in primary school. I think I was about ten years old–already in love with writing stories, so much so that I did it in my spare time. I imagine it was … Continue reading
Last year, I went to a couple of sessions of the Writers’ Festival which is part of the Perth International Arts Festival. One of the sessions was a panel featuring some writers talking about their characters, their methods, and when … Continue reading
School holidays have begun here in Australia. This is the summer break, and school won’t begin until the start of February. That is a long, long time. I love my children, deep down. And when I say ‘deep down’, I … Continue reading