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Writer Of The Month: Madeleine F White

Introduced by Gertcha Cowson What can I say about our Madeleine without needing a lawyer? Madeleine is nothing short of pure inspiration to and for anyone who wishes to be a writer, whatever style or form. Including personally encouraging myself to write articles and stories for Write On! You see here how Madeleine ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Contradictions

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to my January 2023 ‘Thoughtful Tuesday’ page.  I hope the celebrations of Christmas and the New Year have left you rested and ready for whatever the future brings. It’s a funny feeling, seeing out the old year and greeting the new. We think of the old year as ...
Merry Christmas

A Christmas Message From Pen to Print

Hello! Another year has whizzed past and we've reached yet another Christmas period.  As I write this message, we're in the middle of a very cold snap. It's snowed and, for once, in true Bublé style, It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! I don’t know if you feel the ...
Merry Christmas

A Christmas Message From Write On!

What a year it's been! When we launched Write On! Extra, it was to share 'posts for unprecedented times,' but they just don't seem to be letting up, do they? In the middle of this 2022 festive season, I can't help thinking that, rather than 'looking a lot like Christmas', ...

Thursday Connectors: Letters To Santa

By Farzana Hakim Here are the letters to Santa from the brilliant children in year two at March Green Primary School. ***** Read the latest issue of Write On! magazine online. You can hear extracts from Showcase in our podcast. Write On! Audio. Find us on all major podcast platforms, including Apple and Google Podcasts and ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Journey Towards The End Of 2022

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to Thoughtful Tuesday’s December page. The end of the year brings lots of change, lots of emotion and provokes plenty of thought. The pieces I’m sharing today certainly take us on a journey towards the end of the year (and Christmas, of course). We’ve been exploring the theme ...