Recently, an article popped up, written by a lady in defense of why she doesn't allow her children to read fiction. Part of her argument was that it isn't true therefore it is a lie and God commands us not to lie, but perhaps it's possible that fiction is often truer than we can bear to be out loud.
** It has been a long, long time since I wrote this. I found it in an old notebook while I was clearing out and I realised that almost everything I write about has happened in the last six years. So here is something from long, long ago and far, far away.** Boy raised the … Continue reading Boy
Hi guys! Just in case you hadn't noticed, there are only three weeks left of this year. GIve or take a few days anyway but it's still pretty scary. I'm sure the years get shorter every time... Anyway. Your writing challenge for this week: Write about the person who raised you. You could do this … Continue reading Writing Challenge – Week 49
Hi guys! Sorry I'm late. I'm losing the plot here somewhere... Never mind, here's this week's challenge: Write a poem about childhood without using the words 'child', 'children', 'childhood', 'youth', 'young', or 'past'. I know that seems a bit mean but I believe in you! Happy Writing!