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That ambulance went screaming away into the night…

from Darci Hawxhurst - writer. speaker. health nut. brain lover.

I write about my daughter's inspiring journey from brain injury to wellness and my story of being the mom that made that happen.


Guest post and giveaway — Mumnesia by Katie Dale

from Powered by reading

A mum and daughter (age 11) reading and reviewing books together plus parent guides.

Carys Bray

Goodbye blogging

from Carys Bray

Twitter: @carysbray

Short story writer Carys Bray blogs about reading, writing and raising four children.



from Catherine's Cultural Wednesdays

Twitter: @CulturalWed

Once a week I head out of the house and go to see something out of the ordinary, whilst I'm travelling I read a book.

Helen's Animation Workshop Blog

Animation Round Up – Annecy | #3

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.

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Have Yous All Gone Mad?

from Dreaming in Text

Twitter: @brian_keaney

Children's writer Brian Keaney blogs about being a grandfather and a writer.

Abigail Rieley

O Brave New World

from Abigail Rieley

Twitter: @abigailrieley

Writer and rather bolshy feminist living in Dublin. If I'm not talking women's issues or the courts I've been known to write on 70s scifi.

stroppy author

On giving up and giving in

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...


Why We Must All Fight the Hate

from The Mummyfesto

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


Neglected characters

from Me-Time Tales

A wacky blog where the characters from Me-Time Tales are responsible for the action and their attitudes. The author rarely gets a word in.