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Ahem, I appear to have won my first prize for writing since leaving school last century! My entry into Rachael Harrie’s second platform-building campaign challenge was judged eighth out of an amazing 110 entries and I won an e-book from … Continue reading
It’s time to tackle the second campaign challenge set by the delightful Rachael Harrie, and it’s a good one! I will be writing three pieces, based on the series of prompts on Rachael’s blog. Each piece is linked by one … Continue reading
As part of getting to know my fellow Platform-Building campaigners, I have been tagged in two separate games of eleven questions. I have to answer the questions posed by my taggers and then set eleven questions of my own for … Continue reading
I am delighted to have two pieces of my work feature in a new anthology raising money for cancer charities, in memory of the remarkable Harry Moseley. Harry died in October of this year, aged just 11. Before he died … Continue reading
So, the second challenge from Rachael Harrie’s Platform Building Campaign is to write a post, in any form, of up to 200 words. It must have the word ‘imago’ in the title and feature the words ‘miasma, lacuna, oscitate and … Continue reading
In a very smile-inducing week I have been nominated for two blog awards – thanks, I am sure, to the lovely Rachael Harrie’s platform building campaign.
OK, here’s my response to the first writing prompt from the Writers’ Platform Building Campaign. The challenge was to write a piece of flash fiction beginning with the words ‘The door swung open.’ You could also add to the challenge … Continue reading