I’ve never forgotten a story my mother read to us when were kids, but my mother and brother don’t remember it at all. Help me identify it.
After publishing 65 monthly blog posts in a row, I missed November, December and January. It’s good to good. It’s better to get it done.
In a Twitter DM interview, Stuart White – kidslit writer and WriteMentor founder – shares his hardwon wisdom on overcoming rejection and finding your truest self.
I find the haunted house from my childhood and remember how we’d all been too scared to enter it, except for Anna…
It’s been five years since my first blog post was published all the way back in June 2016. Since then I’ve blogged monthly and never missed a month. Some have been carefully thought through pieces, like my bit of reportage on a series of mysterious deaths in Finland, and some have been thrown together on […]
In a Twitter DM interview, award winning kidslit author SF Said talks about the frustrations and joys of writing slowly.
Sarah Webb, award-winning author, educator, event curator and so much more does a DM chat on how she manages to do it all and why she champions children’s fiction!
Every time I finish a first draft of a novel I get into a fight with my wife…
Emma Cahill, Irish author and primary school teacher, discusses her ‘Under the Mask’ books that help children cope with difficult emotions including during the pandemic!
If you’re back writing after the holidays, check out these interviews to help you bring your A-game!