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Getting to Grips with the Literary form of Novella

The literary form of the novella lies somewhere between a short story and a novel. The group Writers of America defines a novella’s word...

Thomas Gray on his latest novel “Badgers in a Time of...

We caught up with Thomas Gray. At the age of 12 he has already published his first book during lockdown. "I’ve always been into...

Navigating Reading whilst managing the day-to-day life of Education

Reading is a past time adored by many, but it can be a difficult hobby to navigate because of its inaccessibility, expense and time...

Your Guide to Writing Dialogue

Dialogue is a conversational exchange between two or more people as depicted in a work of fiction. Writing dialogue in literature will almost always...

10TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR FOR THE WICKED YOUNG WRITER AWARDS

The WICKED YOUNG WRITER AWARDS, created by the producers of the musical WICKED in partnership with the National Literacy Trust, is pleased to announce...

The Wicked Young Writer Awards – Finding Inspiration; Empowering Literacy

Inspiration is a word that is often defined by its ability to promote a positive reaction, articulated in a form that not only solidifies...

Do You Have to Read to Write Well?

I feel two things when I finish a good book – awe and jealousy. There’s the first thought, ‘Wow! I love this,’ followed by,...

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