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Use it or lose it: Support your local library

Originally posted on Rochester Literature Festival:
Our lovely new volunteer, Christina Lee, makes the case for one of our most important public services. On Monday, The Guardian published an article on the imminent closure of 340 public libraries in the…

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Murder at Chatham Grande

Regular follows of this blog may remember that in 2013 I edited and published a paperback version of a crime novel written by my father, Ron Taylor in the 1950s. Link to paperback: http://amzn.to/2gz7ZAT  I’m pleased to tell you this … Continue reading

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Learning is a life-time experience

I’m currently in the middle of an Access to Higher Education course run by the University of Kent and am studying this at the Brompton Academy in Gillingham and The Medway Campus of Kent University in the old Royal Naval … Continue reading

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Time Slips by ……..

………. Yes, it really does. There seems to have been a surge in interest in ‘time-slip’ fiction recently, although many of you will have be reading this genre for a long time. Those of you who know my writing history … Continue reading

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Medway Libraries/Uni of Kent Creative Writing courses

Originally posted on Rochester Literature Festival:
Following on from taster sessions in September, Medway Libraries and the University of Kent offer beginners the opportunity to develop their writing skills. The taster sessions take place at Chatham Library from 10am-12 noon on…

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Medway Adult Festival of Learning Taster Sessions

Originally posted on Rochester Literature Festival:
Lots to learn about in Medway over the coming weeks. Rochester Literature Festival View original post

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Trouble With Your Plot? Three Reasons to Kill Your Little Darlings

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Image via Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of Frederik Andreasson I love helping writers and one service I offer that’s been particularly valuable is plot consult. Writers who are struggling to finish or who…

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