Originally posted on The Reader Online:
Following a successful year-long pilot, a county-wide network of Get Into Reading groups is currently being rolled out across Devon libraries as part of a pioneering scheme to improve memory and mental wellbeing through shared reading. Devon County Council were so impressed by the pilot groups in Tiverton and…
Oh the life of a writer… N.
Literally… A Book Shop For any fellow Merseyside writers or readers needing resources for research or simply just interested in finding little gems of literature, then pop in to Literally… a new book shop (yes that’s right, an actual new shop) and have a looksie at all they have to offer. Places like this are few and far betweenContinue reading “Literally… A Book Shop”
Big thanks to Poetry24 for publishing one of my poems for today’s feature. click on the image above to have a gander at their website. They take submissions surrounding recent news items therefore keeping us in touch with current goings-on and using them for our writing. N.
Working my way through this novel about Liverpool’s buildings before and during WW2. Thanks to fellow writer Rick Rowe-Davies for the recommendation! Find his website here http://rickrowedavies.wordpress.com Come back soon and visit the Reading page for a review and if and how it has helped me with Cormorano. N.
Ok, so I am probably a little late to the party with this subject but Christmas has come and gone, and apparently the figure of downloaded books over the festive period is higher than it’s ever been. Now I realise we are moving ever faster into a technological age, and yes I also realise IContinue reading “Convenience Vs. Tradition”
I like to think we’ve all had/have a teacher who has inspired us. N.