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blog

the Arts Council, the NPOs, and all those empty spaces …

from Not Writing But Blogging

Twitter: @stellduffy

Writer/director/improviser/performer Stella Duffy doing this instead of writing …


blog

Weekly Inspiration

from Thoughts That Breathe

Twitter: @PenguinCathy

A blog about writing, books and random thoughts gasping for air.


blog

Holiday reading dilemmas

from Chalk the Sun

Top tips on how to write better plus book and movie reviews and humorous comment on the worlds of creative education, media, and publishing.


blog

from Jo's Freedom Blog

Home education: what we do, how we organise ourselves, places to visit, things to do, learning styles, resources and much more


writer, mother and

Pants, Pants, Pants!

from Writer, Mother and Part-Time Nutter

A blog by a single mother and writer, featuring the highlights and low times of Jayne's life with the kids.


Glossologics

Falcon

from Glossologics

Twitter: @AlexpolisTiger

My blog is about language, in all aspects. From comparing expressions in foreign languages to their counterparts in English, to etymology and use of phrasal verbs.


iHijinx

Change? What the flux!

from IHijinx. A Novel-Writing Journey

Twitter: @ihijinx

A blog about a writer's journey - an attempt to empty her head of the things that clog up her writing progress, hoping she can finish writing her first novel and get it published.


Tricialo

A common response to a reasonable question:

from The Tricialo

Twitter: @TrishLowt

Mainly reviews, with a slant toward feminist fiction and childrens books. The odd topical piece.


me-time tales

Romantic fiction going swimmingly

from Me-Time Tales

Twitter: @jrminett

Tea breaks for mature women and curious men The characters discuss on the blog. Of interest to Mums, wild women, not quite PC and quirkyk


blog

Romantic fiction going swimmingly

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.