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Category Archives: Writing.
Who is Podcasting? I have been busy reading articles about podcasting. My interest is to learn how many Aussie writers are using this technology to promote their work, their topic or their books? Of the writers I know only a … Continue reading
Recording your book – look at the different ways of getting your writing in the public domain.
So Much Writing Here it is, just one month into the new year and my writing journey is going well. Last year I was a speaker at an event where i talked about my travels. Some really funny things have happened … Continue reading
New Year Resolutions It’s that time of the year when some folk set their goals or New Year Resolutions for the following year. It’s less than three weeks before the end of 2018, and so many of us set out … Continue reading
The Book Shop – the story written by Penelope Fitzgerald Now I am on Bribie Island house sitting, I am close to the Movie Theatre and last night went to see the movie The Book Shop, based on the novel … Continue reading
Writing Obits Have you thought about writing or preparing obituaries? I have a passion for “life stories” – and I believe that obituaries fit into that genre. I like writing obits – sometimes. Why sometimes? It is a matter of … Continue reading
UBC – Day 15 I am quite sure that those of us who are over 50 years of age, especially those involved in education or writing, will talk of the decline of spelling. What is happening to our language? Learning … Continue reading
UBC Day 9 The Family Writing Competition I created a family writing competition. I wasn’t going to post about it, but since sending the details to the four potential entrants, and hearing the stories from their parents, I thought it … Continue reading
Niche? What Niche? I don’t have a “Niche”. I find this question has come up with the Ultimate Blog Challenge before, and I can’t say that things have progressed to having a “niche”. In fact, as I have said before, … Continue reading