Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac – Brighton Isn’t Just for Royals
June comes in with the scent of roses. BUT all too often it has an OLD SHAWL on her shoulders, A BAD COLD in her head and CORNS on her … Continue reading
In Praise of Longer Sentences – Ed Simon QUOTES FOR WRITERS
Within a long sentence—clause upon clause, the commas and semicolons, em-dashes and colons, parentheticals and appositions piling up—there can be a veritable maze of imagery, a labyrinth of connotation, a … Continue reading
Write a Fight Right – Rita Chang-Eppig QUOTES FOR WRITERS
The beauty of literature is it’s not a movie, says Rita Chang-Eppig. That means you don’t have to give a blow-by-blow account of a fight scene
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac – the Secret of the Witches of Hove
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac of 1836 unlocks the real story behind the witches of Hove and discovers the patron saint of the impossible.
A Short Story Can’t Just Stop – it has to Conclude Claire Kilroy QUOTES FOR WRITERS
There’s one thing that all short story have to have, says Irish writer Claire Kilroy
Getting to the Heart of Things – Lily Dunn on Writing Memoir QUOTES FOR WRITERS
When writing memoir, a writer is not simply expressing or purging their painful experiences but also also using it to explore themselves, and the human condition generally, by engaging with … Continue reading
Writing Award for the Over 50s
Working on a novel? Over 50 and never been published? This free to enter writing competition has your name all over it.
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac Reveals THREE of Life’s Great Truths
Mrs Finnegan’s Almanac reveals three essential truths about life (including the one about one size fitting all)