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Saturday Spotlight: New Book Releases November

By Claire Buss, Deputy Editor, Write On!  At Write On! and Pen to Print we want to help connect authors and readers, so we've created a Spotlight page every Saturday, showcasing some of the exciting new reads available. The list has been curated by Lisa Roullier and myself, based on books ...

Friday Feature: With A Little Help From Our Friends

Authors Katharine Johnson (Katy), G D Harper (Glyn) and Helen Matthews talk to Write On! about ways authors can find more readers by supporting each other, and how they came together to form the 'Noir Collective'. (Authors pictured in featured image) Imagine it’s publication day. Perhaps for your debut novel. You want ...

Writer Of The Month: Patsy Middleton

By Juneha Chowdhury Our writer of the month is novelist and poet Patsy Middleton. Patsy was a finalist in the Pen to Print Book Challenge 2015 and 2016 with her debut novel, Colonel Erdington’s Daughter. Apart from writing historical fiction, Patsy also writes sketches, adaptions of plays, and lots of thought-provoking poetry. ...

Friday Feature: The Guilty Writer

By Claire Buss Hello, my name is Claire and I’m a guilty writer. Don’t get me wrong, I love writing and I still can’t get over the fact that other people enjoy reading my books. But the process of writing itself is not always a smooth path. Let me explain. Getting Up ...

Friday Feature: Five Top Tips To Staying Hopeful

By Juneha Chowdhury Hope, like love, is a four-letter word with immense healing power. Like love, it has the ability to fill a void, to lift a spirit but, most importantly, it allows us to alter our perception of the world; giving our lives an uplift, too. When we're overwhelmed by ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Hope

By Eithne Cullen My mother was always using sayings and proverbs and many of them often pop into my mind. With our theme of 'Hope' coming into the magazine, I remembered her saying: “Hope springs eternal in the human breast.” Interestingly enough, it’s a line that comes up in our piece ...

Friday Feature: Write Right

Write Right: Brave New Words In Brentwood by Patrick Forsyth (Chair of Brentwood Writers’ Circle) Sadly, with Covid difficulties continuing, so many of our favourite activities are currently impossible. One that can very much continue, of course, is writing. Writing takes many forms: long or short, fiction or non-fiction, and from ...

Monday Moments: November Is Diabetes Awareness Month

Introduced by Holly King It’s November already and in this season of Write On! Extra we’re focusing on important events in each month. For me, November is the month to raise awareness about Diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes is a complex and multifaceted condition, which is difficult to understand considering its invisibility and ...