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Leigh Barnard Apr 24
Oh no, I’ve just remembered and now I can’t decide to scroll right back to the beginning or just join in. Hi everyone!
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Gareth P Jones Apr 24
My 8 year old son asking about a book yesterday: "Yes, but is it for kids? Or you know, sort of but not really, like His Dark Materials?"
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Sarah Broadley Feb 13
I think once we all find a writing process that works for us, the support from other writers is invaluable. We are all different, I think it really helps to be able to try a crit group/write-in/on-line group before deciding which route to take to be productive as poss.
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Catherine Emmett Apr 24
Inspired by tonight’s I am lifting the temporary writing ban and cracking open the current MG :-) hurrah!!
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Kirstie Apr 24
“I firmly believe that the core of good storytelling - even if not in the first person - is to make it feel like it's all being told in one sitting - like it's all in one breath...” Love this quote from
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Paul Apr 24
Wandered in late and see people talking about, writing a first draft is fun, and deleting first drafts and rewriting from memory. 😳 Are you all high on Easter chocolate fumes, or what? 😁
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Karen Gregory Jul 17
Calling all people in the community! Do you know of any YA/MG authors who write about or are interested in rivers, especially people's connection to them? Any book recommendations? Asking with my other work hat on. Any RTs really appreciated. Thank you!
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R&R Shot Blasting Jul 15
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Sally Lambert Mar 13
A3: Too much world building makes the book heavy and slow, but too little and you lose your place in the world and the depth that adds to the feel of the story. Both can weaken a book.
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Kate Bell Jul 10
this has been super fun! My drink's done. Must be time for bed.
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Sarah Todd Taylor Jul 10
Hoping starts soon to distract me from the worst job in quilting....removing the papers.
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Tizzie Frankish Apr 10
Thank you all- kids bedtime calling. Until the next time... 😘
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ReadItDaddy Apr 24
GAHHH! Why is it always my turn for bedtime stories on a night! Hopefully can catch up in a bit though!
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Candy Gourlay May 22
Thanks to the denizens of for a wonderful evening! I organised our rollicking hour into a readable Twitter Moment! ⚡️ “Candy Gourlay on
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Kerry  Trickett Dec 12
Q2 . Writerly wisdom gained this year: Don't be afraid to push way out of your comfort zone; it could be exactly the reset your writing might need.
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Jennifer Killick Apr 10
Also, I am literally sweating.
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Pete Thurlow Jan 24
12 reviews already from Leeds young readers for 'Dragon Daughter' by local author Liz Flanagan. 5/5 from Elizabeth at Farsley Farfield Primary School
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Perdita May 22
Lovely chat with at happening right now.
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Sophie Cleverly Dec 12
Replying to @miriamhcraig
Well it's not a selfie but hopefully this explains why I haven't been able to join in with 😅 miss chatting with you all!
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E.L Norry Aug 10
by and Honor Cargill and it's *such fun*! Highly recommend 👌👋
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