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Landscapes for Lorna's Songs

from ALF Creations @ The Star Heart Cafe

I started blogging in 2013. I focus on creative work done by my daughter and me and things I find generally inspirational.


sarah ditum

New Statesman | What is gender, anyway?

from Sarah Ditum

Twitter: @sarahditum

Sarah Ditum writes regularly for the Guardian and the New Statesman, and has appeared on Woman's Hour and Word of Mouth (talking about the perfect chocolate cookie, and online etiquette respectively)...


In the Nicki of Time

Book No 11 (2016) Sarah's Key

from In the Nicki of Time

Twitter: @thenickioftime

Challenging myself to read 50 books and see 50 films in 2015. Brief, honest and (sometimes) witty reviews of what I've read and watched.


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GAME OF THRONES SEASON 6 EPISODE 3 – OATHBREAKER

from Little Miss Square Eyes

A TV blog with a light humorous style discussing and dissecting every show from Game of Thrones to Gilmore Girls


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Japanese Garden Inspiration

from LucyLovesYa

Twitter: @lucylovesyablog

A bright kitsch blog - fuelled with her own design projects, quirky finds and interviews with creative people.


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Sketching A Puppy: A Furry Artist's Model

from Róisín Curé Watercolour

I write about sketching the world - the things that inspire me to get out my sketch kit and draw, what happens when I'm doing it.


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Strengthening your writing

from The Characterful Writer

Twitter: @jrminett

The process and progress of writing. Writing and reviewing.


Serena Trowbridge

Port Sunlight: Art and open spaces

from Culture and Anarchy

Twitter: @serena_t

Cultural things - the things that makes Serena think. Books, art, history, even TV; these are the things she needs to keep her sane!


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Health & Fitness Coach Headshots in London with Nofisa Caseman

from Michelle Wildman Photography

Inspirational photography, how to's, and articles on how to set up and run a small business.


Writing in the house of dreams

Should writers read, read, read?

from Writing in the House of Dreams

Twitter: @jennyalexander4

I've written scores of fiction and non-fiction books for children, including 'Bullies, Bigmouths and So-called Friends' and the Peony Pinker series. I also teach adults creative dreaming and writing,...