Posts Tagged by writer

Books by my bed

Books by my bed One book is like eating one potato chip. I think most readers, and writers (who are also prolific readers), could relate to those eight little words. I found the anonymous quote recently on  Pinterest and thought how very apt. It drew me to check my bedside table, which generally houses several books. […]

Maree Bishop is…

Maree Bishop is an emerging writer and past president of the long running Hibiscus Coast Writers Group in Whangaparaoa, New Zealand. Here, Maree tells us a little about herself and her latest exciting book… As a child I was a bit of a loner, a dreamer with an overactive imagination; so becoming a writer was a natural […]

A Write Christmas

Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess who lived in a sweet little home deep in a big dark forest. The princess’ name was Penelope Pushkin or, to those who knew her well enough, Pennypee.  Pennypee had been raised in the cottage by her Fairy Godmother, Alicia Alderdorf, who taught Pennypee her lessons […]

Becoming a Writer

When is a writer, a writer? It’s easy to call oneself `a writer,’ many do and yet their work may rarely, if ever, be published. So should they not use the title? Even if the sum total of their work consists of letters to the editor, snippets of a story that’s floating around in their […]