While stuck at home take a holiday in your memory or imagination. Five things to think about when planning a trip.
A Run in the Park is an optimistic story, written razor sharp, about achieving couch to 5K against the odds. Uplifting, thought provoking and reflective of human nature.
How to Write a Chiller Thriller by Sally Spedding is a writer’s how-to book with self-help exercises and examples of good practice covering plot, characters, pace, synopsis, editing, blurb and everything the aspiring thriller writer needs to think about including extra references.
No holidays this year? If you are fed up stuck at home because of the coronavirus then we have some ideas.
An Unsuitable Match by Joanna Trollope is a story about love in later life, values - financial and moral, and family.
Ending a story is just as important as the beginning. How do you give your readers a satisfactory closure to your story?
Janet Laugharne’s reflective poem has been published by Atrium Poetry online.
The Memory by Judith Barrow, published by Honno, is a moving story about love and forgiveness. A demented mother, a Down’s syndrome sister and a 1970s background form part of this compelling tale of one woman’s struggle.
This short story, set in Penarth, has been selected for publication by Secret Attic in the April competition. Our first joint short story publication!
After the End by Clare Mackintosh is a story about life and death decisions, relationships and family.