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Defining Your Local Accent

One of the key factors in my writing process is the definition of accents. Having grown up reading books by Enid Blyton, Roald Dahl, Judy Blume and L.J. Smith, I have been largely exposed to characters that speak in old … Continue reading

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My Ideal Writing Day

I dream of having time to indulge my writing passion without distractions. Here is my ideal writing day. What is your ideal day? There are far too many domestic distractions while my children are young, but it is getting easier … Continue reading

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Being at School – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

When I am doing my work I see kids walking past the classroom When it is breaktime I see kids going in from their breaktime When it is lunchtime I see kids walking past with their lunchboxes When it is … Continue reading

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My 5 Senses – A Poem by Elliot Green (age 9)

When I wake up I hear birds chirping And engines roaring. When I get up I see children going to school And cars driving to work. When I walk to school I smell flowers And car exhaust fumes. When I … Continue reading

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Playing in the Park – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

As I watch kids playing in the park I hear kids saying I don’t want to go home. You may want to ask Why am I not playing? Well I am sitting down Writing my lovely poem. Poem written by … Continue reading

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Children Playing – A Poem by Elliot Green (age 9)

As I sit there I see children playing And children running And screaming and shouting (No I don’t want to go home!) But why aren’t I playing, you may ask? Well I’m happy to sit here Writing this poem. And … Continue reading

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Firewood Burning – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

As I sit watching the wood burn in the fire My eyes feel the warmth My body warms up I feel nice and warm. Poem written by Georgina Green, age 7. My daughters wanted to publish their work online and … Continue reading

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Fire Poem by Elliot Green (age 9)

As the fire burns, I sit staring The heat on my face The light of the fire Lights up the room The TV glaring But I stare at the fire. Poem written by Elliot Green, age 9. My daughters wanted … Continue reading

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What to Do During Lockdown – a Poem

The weekend is here And we are stuck at home School is still open But our parties are cancelled And there’s no playing with friends. We dig out the craft box And see what we can make. The girls get … Continue reading

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What Writers Need To Know About Going Full Time

Writing is a viable source of income. In the modern day and age, you don’t just have to knock out a book and hope it reaches a bestseller list – there are multiple types of businesses you can put together … Continue reading

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