Tagged: Mar2020

Faith, scripture, poems 0

Megan Carter

About Megan Carter Megan Carter has been a Christian for many years and came to faith following a family tragedy. Like so many before her, she in desperation cried out to a God in...

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Peter Sternberg

About Peter Sternberg Peter Sternberg was born in Germany during the time of Hitler, however, the family was lucky enough to emigrate to Zimbabwe when Peter was four. He lived most of his life...

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Arnie Wilson

Arnie Wilson Although Arnie Wilson comes from an artistic background (his father, Bernard, was a composer who met his wife Joan, a concert pianist, at London’s Wigmore Hall where they were both featured in...

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Keith Howard

About Keith Keith Howard is a member of a small writers’ group in West London, before which he was a member of Harrow Writers’ Circle. He has been published in Past and Present amongst...

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Language – crossing boundaries

With the increase in cross-boundary and cross-cultural writing, it’s important that the writer gets the language of the protagonists right but also to ensure that the reader knows what is meant. The importance of...

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Fairies: life is not what it seems

Gabriella Harding’s post Away with the Lincoln Fairies inspired this post. Fairies are most prominent in children’s stories, the most famous probably being Wendy in Peter Pan. Surprisingly, they don’t feature in any of...

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The importance of Granddads

Looking back at some of our books, it struck me how central a role grandparents can have in a child’s life – both in fiction and non-fiction. And, in particular grandfathers (granddad, grandpa, oupa...

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Promoting Equality

Women’s Day or rather Equality Day To be honest, I’m a little confused. Why do we still put so much emphasis on Women’s Day? I know all the arguments but something is not be...