Where do I begin with my journey?
It all started around 2005 with numb feet which made walking upstairs quite challenging. My Doctor sent me to a Chiropractor which did little to help. Then during Read more [...]
Paul Martin is an illustrator and graphic designer. Paul lives in Hamilton, New Zealand, where he is the owner of Riverstone Design Studio. He is married with two wonderful sons and this is his debut graphic Read more [...]
p.d.r. chats to us about writers' co-operative, Writer's Choice, who will be exhibiting at the festival in 2016:
We writer members are very proud of our writers' co-operative, Writer's Choice, which Read more [...]
Zines are a particular kind of independent publishing, with a DIY attitude, and free reign to publish whatever - and however - you like.
Naturally, this means that zinesters do publish whatever and Read more [...]
The Book Festival is coming and I can see everyone again. It’s a marvellous place to network with writers, publishers, writing services, and best of all, readers. I enjoy listening to my readers Read more [...]
It was four years ago this month I held the launch of my first book ROGER THE ROOSTER OF AMBURY PARK FARM. It was held at Ambury Regional Park Farm in Mangere Bridge, a wonderful venue in the barn with Read more [...]
Today is the first time I have ever thought it might be fun to be doing one of those A-Z Blog Challenges, that frequent Writers Groups online. My grandchildren and I went to see the movie Zootopia. This Read more [...]
We’ve all been asked this question, and a lot of us have answered with “Ummm, well it’s, ah …” After this we’ll ramble on vaguely for far too long, leaving the person asking none the wiser Read more [...]
I began writing first with pen and paper, a telex when working in news agencies in Europe, then on my portable journalists typewriter and later on computer, then a laptop, and this I am 'writing' on my Read more [...]
I admit it; I read chicklit, the porn of the literary world. I try to gussy it up by calling it ‘Women’s Fiction’, which technically it is, being fiction for women, and all. Unfortunately, people Read more [...]