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Thoughtful Tuesdays: Spring Gardening

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to Thoughtful Tuesday’s April page. Spring has been creeping up on us, filling us with hope and a sense of fun, leading to a bright summer. The theme for the current magazine is growth, which makes us think of transformation. So it’s a great coincidence that April ...

Friday Features: This Much Children Know

By Gail Aldwin As readers of fiction with child narrators, we are able to reinhabit the world of our younger selves. The world of a child is much smaller than the world adults experience, and this focus on the workings of everyday life can be very grounding. In my second novel, ...

Monday Moments: Easter 2021

Introduced By Holly King Happy Easter! Immediately (after images of chocolate and bunnies with baskets of pastel-coloured eggs), I thought back to this time last year. Write On! Extra was in its infancy and my fourth Monday Moments page went up on Easter Monday 2020. Who could have predicted the following ...

Saturday Spotlight: New Book Releases March

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 Features: In Search Of A Genre

By R J Gould I’d written my first novel! It took over four years to complete but, since I was working 'full-time' I didn’t agonise about this. Next, I did all the right things: gathering a list of suitable agents to approach, researching how to construct the perfect introductory letter and ...