Tag Archives: kids

Six Sentence Sunday 01/07 #21


Wow, this is a switch. Clearly when I wrote this piece of flash I was having a ‘motherly moment.’ Lol, yes rather than anything dark, or bloody, or kinky, the letter ‘L’ of my A-Z of Flash Fiction is a … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: 5 Tips to Balance Writing With Childcare


Soooooo! In answer to my Call for Guest Posts I do have a selection of posts for you from various sources. These fabulous people have been kind enough to take time out of their days to write up a little … Continue reading

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Writing For Kids


The idea keeps coming up in my brain. I’m not really surprised, with motherhood looming over me like a dark, cloaked sceptre not unlike Harry Potter’s Dementors (or the Black Riders of Lord Of The Rings… ever notice how similar … Continue reading

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Bonus Blog: The Scariest Place In The World?


Something like this, right? I bet, with a title like that… this is the sort of place you’re thinking of right now. HA! Guess again…You might not think so, but a child’s birthday party… shit, that is the scariest place … Continue reading

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