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C. J. Flood
Author of Infinite Sky and Nightwanderers. Librarian assistant. Cat baroness.
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Bristol Uni Library 6h
Anyone for a game of pooh sticks?Happy everyone! Have a look at our 'Winnie the Pooh' and 'The Tao of Pooh' at ASSL. "Let's start by taking a smallish nap or two" Winnie the Pooh, Philosopher. Bear. Wellbeing guru.
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C. J. Flood 6h
Amazing. Thanks for sharing!
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C. J. Flood 6h
We are ordering a copy of the latest edition for and I'm so excited to see it!
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C. J. Flood 6h
Replying to @j_r_tucker
I learnt so much from working with you. Keep me posted on your progress : )
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National Centre for Writing Jan 14
Promoters of adventure writing all over the world, the open their annual international book prize to the public once again with categories in published and unpublished adventure writing. Submission are open from 7 Jan to 1 March 2019:
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Nicolas Bilodeau Jan 14
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Jay Whistler Jan 14
My friend lost her husband suddenly over the weekend. She and their children are devasted. Consider supporting this campaign, if you can. In Loving Memory of Michael Eisenhour
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C. J. Flood Jan 17
And a wonderful story it has grown into!
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Alice Broadway Jan 14
If you are involved in youth work, social work and care: please would you pass on details of the excellent writing competition? It's an amazing opportunity for young people who have experience of being in the care system.
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Rachel Mann Jan 15
If you're a funny woman writing for children and young adults, PLEASE send me your submissions. Especially MG. It's not all about those celebrity men, eh?
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C. J. Flood Jan 16
I'd love to, thanks : )
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C. J. Flood Jan 16
Small world indeed. Especially in Falmouth! Ah, that was a fun night, I remember being very nervous... Your name sounds incredibly familiar but I wasn't sure where from.
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C. J. Flood Jan 15
Thanks! I will do. Congratulations on , too. What a find. It looks exquisite. And I think that's the first time I've actually used that word. <3
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C. J. Flood Jan 15
Oh yes! Oops. I'm gutted I've missed this one. Good luck with the judging process...
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C. J. Flood Jan 15
Replying to @TimClarePoet
It's so hard to stop trying to solve it by thinking, isn't it? But you probably can't. Our poor puny, magnificent, racing, plodding brains. Maybe give it something nice to think about? Good luck getting through this day and take it easy duck x
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C. J. Flood Jan 15
Thank you! Excited to try this on the ancient slowcooker my neighbour recently gifted me : )
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Bristol Uni Library Jan 15
What is this the first line of? 'April 8 My precious Varvara Alekseyevna. Yesterday I was happy - inordinately, impossibly happy!'
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Kendal Mountain Literature Festival Jan 8
Big shout out! The first round of funded residencies with the ace is open. Applications are open to artists of all forms. All the info & online application Deadline is the 20th January
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C. J. Flood Jan 15
Replying to @jayarmstrong_
This is an amazing opportunity. I've been working on a story about women in the forest for years, but wasn't able to apply in time. Do you know if there are plans to run it again next year?
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Jay Armstrong Aug 12
4y ago, with little hope of finding a job, (40y/oSE/SAHM) I saved hard & went back to uni. I had an idea – it wouldn't leave me, kept me awake at night, joined the dots of my 'career lattice'. Naivety? Perhaps. Belief, yes! The trust of experts, certainly.
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