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Monday Moments: Writing To Overcome

Introduced By Amber Hall Hello readers! This month marks the start of our new theme, which is ‘Overcoming’. I’ve been thinking about the ways in which writing can be used as a tool to find oneself or return to oneself, perhaps, after we’ve faced challenges in our lives. Writing has been an ...

Writer Of The Month: Amber Hall

Introduced by Jilly Henderson-Long I’m Jilly Henderson-Long and am delighted to introduce Monday Moments editor, Amber Hall, as our Writer Of The Month for March. A London-based writer with a creative finger in a number of different pies, she’s an associate editor for Write On! Magazine. She is also a Writer ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Endings

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to March’s Thoughtful Tuesday page. If you read my page in February, you’ll remember it was all about beginnings. So, in keeping with our theme of Beginnings And Endings, I’m using today’s page to share some endings. They cover endings of places that meant a lot, a ...

Monday Moments: Spring Beginnings

Introduced By Amber Hall This month, our theme continues to be ‘Beginnings And Endings’ and I wanted to focus on seasonal changes, since springtime is right around the corner. Personally, I never really feel as though the year has started until now, when the days get a little longer and brighter, ...

Monday Moments: Writing As Literary Time Travel

Introduced By Amber Hall This month, our theme continues to be ‘Beginnings And Endings’. I’ve been thinking about how we, as writers, have the power to play around with structure and turn the idea of beginning, middle and end on its head. Writing gives us a lot of freedom and it’s easy ...

Monday Moments: New Perspectives On The Year

Introduced By Amber Hall This month, our theme continues to be ‘Reality And Perspectives’, which is an especially relevant topic to explore as the year draws to a close. I’ll be honest, I find this last hurdle difficult. No matter what’s going on in my life, I get pulled into 'should' thinking; ...