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Why we need to develop creative intelligence in education

from Loony Literature

Twitter: @loonyliterature

Loony's a collective which works to promote creative writing and reading amonst teenagers and adults. Drop by to get your creative juices flowing!

alan dapre diary of a dad

Launch of the ‘Young Kelpies' range of new books. Mine included.

from Diary Of A Stay at Home Author And Dad

A blog by Alan Dapre, a playwright and children's author who's also a stay-at-home dad. He writes about his life with his fab wee daughter and how he juggles words and nappies.

stroppy author

An occasional review... The School of Art

from Stroppy Author's Guide to Publishing

Twitter: @annerooney

Everything related to children's books and publishing. For anyone who wants to write for children (or others), and also useful to people who read or buy children's books - parents, guardians, librari...

Mummy's to do list

Motherhood is bad for your barnet!

from Mummy's to do list

Twitter: @Mumstodolist

Fun-loving working mum trying to get things done. Pondering parenthood, sharing stuff I've found useful & getting things off the to do list!


Hopping About

from The Divorced Ladys Companion to Italy

This writer seeks publication and a raft of giggling fans, while marooned in Italy.


The tooth fairy

from Nikeeta Isaac

Just a record of the books I read and the funny things that my child says.


My life in boxes

from nickyswords

Twitter: @nickyswords

This blog is fascinated by the use of words, how we make up new words, how kids use words... or don't. This blog is a sharing of musings on the subject - words.

Diary of a Mummy Misfit

A Shaggy Dog Story

from Diary of a Mummy Misfit

Twitter: @Mummy_Misfit

Wine loving fag hag, my chick lit writing journey and features on authors, reviewers and readers.


Please show the power of a mother's love to Susan

from The Mummyfesto

Blog of Linda Green, author of ‘The Mummyfesto’ and ‘The Resolution’.


Fully loaded kindle and off we go

from The Book Analyst

Twitter: @BookAnalyst

Cressida's an editorial consultant. In this blog she delves into all aspects of publishing and writing.