writers block can be a real issue for anyone who writes, whether that’s books, articles, blogs, or talks. Anything that involves you having to translate the myriad wonders of your mind, into simple words that you can put on a page is bound to be tricky isn’t it?
this book will make you laugh, and give a sigh of relief that you aren't the clumsiest and scattiest person in the world after all.
Other authors are not your competition, your measuring stick, or a reason not to write. They can be your inspiration, and your teachers.This is exactly what David Sedaris and Barbara Comys did for me.
Not going to lie, the first five weeks of lockdown have been a well deserved rest for me after a February full of overwhelm after overwhelm
For International Artists day I wanted to share my chat with someone I personally think is a super talented artist and…
These are the symptoms and signs of Dyslexia as described by The British Dyslexia Association Frequently late - occasionally missing important…
Although I knew about Dyslexia I hadn’t heard of Dyscalculia until I was teaching at a university, and found out that I had it!
it has been quite a shock to discover just how much Dyscalculia has affected my life when I’ve stopped to think about it.
For Poetry Day my friend the poet, hula hooper, and secret mermaid Hoops a Dayzee has written this exclusively for us – enjoy!
Not since the phenomenon that was The Curious Tale of the Dog in The Night Time by Mark Haddon has a book grabbed me in quite the same way.
I asked Nicky to tell me all about her superpower of being different “to me spectrum means diversity, it is a scale in which autism is measured and that scale is large".
So I thought it would be a bit of fun now that my Out of Your Head and Onto The Page…
For all those who access their inspiration visually, here are some picture writing prompts, work through them one by one
all you need to do is follow them step by step, to fulfil your writing dreams. How exciting is that?