Category Archives: Bookish Words of Wisdom

Bookish Words of Wisdom #3 – The sweet, clean world of dreams

I’ve been blogging a bit about writing and money lately so I had to share this gorgeous quote. I’m reading New York Diaries, edited by Teresa Carpenter, after hearing about it on my favourite website, Brain Pickings. New York Diaries

Bookish Words of Wisdom #3 – The sweet, clean world of dreams

I’ve been blogging a bit about writing and money lately so I had to share this gorgeous quote. I’m reading New York Diaries, edited by Teresa Carpenter, after hearing about it on my favourite website, Brain Pickings. New York Diaries

Writers Ask Writers: Why Do You Write?

“Publication is not going to change your life or solve your problems. Publication will not make you more confident or more beautiful, and it will probably not make you any richer. There will be a long build up to publication

Writers Ask Writers: Why Do You Write?

“Publication is not going to change your life or solve your problems. Publication will not make you more confident or more beautiful, and it will probably not make you any richer. There will be a long build up to publication

Bookish Words of Wisdom #2 – On Watching Your Children Grow

For all parents who look at their children and wonder where the time has gone and how it is possible that the child standing on a stage and singing so proudly in the school choir can possibly be the tiny

Bookish Words of Wisdom #2 – On Watching Your Children Grow

For all parents who look at their children and wonder where the time has gone and how it is possible that the child standing on a stage and singing so proudly in the school choir can possibly be the tiny

Bookish Words of Wisdom #1 – From The Velveteen Rabbit

“It doesn’t happen all at once,” said the Skin Horse. “You become. It takes a long time. That’s why it doesn’t often happen to people who break easily, or who have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept.

Bookish Words of Wisdom #1 – From The Velveteen Rabbit

“It doesn’t happen all at once,” said the Skin Horse. “You become. It takes a long time. That’s why it doesn’t often happen to people who break easily, or who have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept.