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how to be a writer sally o'reilly

World Book Day 2015

from How to Be A Writer

Twitter: @sallyoreilly

Sally's a writer and published author who writes and knows how to sell words. This blog is about how to be a proper writer without going mad. Or being famous already. Or sleeping with everyone in...


Lonely Scribe

Nutrimum: new product, same old formula company tactics

from Lonely Scribe

Twitter: @Lonely_Scribe

A blog about publishing, parenting, breastfeeding, home birth, life experiences


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10 Ways to Add Humor to a Serious Workplace

from Midlife Cabernet

Humorous stories interrupted with a few poignant essays for women over the age of 50 who laugh and drink wine. We're not dead yet!


Katharine Edgar, writer of historical fiction for young adults

Publication day!

from Katharine Edgar, writer of historical fiction for young adults

Twitter: @KatharineEdgar

YA historical author blogs about her work: Tudor life, women's history and crafts, writing historical fiction and starting out as a writer.


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Dr Seuss Day

from Peachy Emma

Story writer for children, loves owls, magic, and chocolate. Prone to changing mind and making typos's Often.


Bloomsbury Bell

Getting Hitched…Bad Bride

from Bloomsbury Bell

Twitter: @bloomsburybell

Life & books with a smattering of other bits and pieces.


Helen's Animation Workshop Blog

Ask An Animator – Richard Phelan

from Helen's Animation Workshop Blog

Twitter: @helenanimate

Author, illustrator, tea drinker. I run animation workshops that inspire, engage and educate young people in film making techniques.


razamataz

Shortlisted ICB short story competition

from Razamatazz--live, create, enjoy

Twitter: @hilary_McGrath

Razamatazz is a writer's blog. I post about short stories, novels, writing competitions and the journey to publication. I also blog about life in France, learning and music.


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Stunned by cucumber

from The Girl with the Edinburgh Tattoo

Twitter: @GirlWithEdinTat

Views, reviews, encouraging words, local matters, bigger issues, all seen from an existential Edinburgh woman's perspective.


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Lyme Regis – where even the lamp posts are fossils!

from Packabook Travel Novels

Books and Travel - Helps you novels set in great locations around the world, and what you can do when you get there!