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Making the time to write...NaNoWriMo

At school this week one of my students told me she was up to 35,000 words of her NaNoWriMo project…do the rest of us have any excuse if a fourteen year old can achieve such a result on top of school work, assessment and end of year co-curricula activities? 29 more words

Writing

Alice Pung writes her first novel: Laurinda

Alice Pung is well known for books about her family’s experiences as migrants and for her collection of essays from other people who were refugees and migrants to Australia. 283 more words

Alice Pung

What we can learn from Marcus Sedgwick

Sedgwick has written a story in four parts that can be read in any order, so the author says…one section written in verse, one about witch hunts, another set in a mental asylum in the nineteen hundreds and one set in the future.   15 more words

Fiction

The best how-to-write book ever...

Okay, I admit I don’t write fantasy…but I defy you not to love this book!!!

And the reason I set this challenge??? Well, I’m trying to write a how-to-write book. 30 more words

Writing

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS BY JOHN GREEN BOOK REVIEW

Lovely Sunshines,

Considering the genre of the books in my bookshelves, one can conclude that I am a fan of science fictions and fast-pace suspense thrilling novels. 519 more words

Book Review

Thrilling YA fiction

Two unique, thought-provoking posts by two unique YA authors. The first is Night Runner by Carnegie Medal-winning Tim Bowler and the second is Replica by Australian writer Jack Heath.

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Numbers By- Rachel Ward

4# Book Review ★★★★★

Numbers

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Rachel Ward

Do you want to read something that will blow your mind? Something that will get your heart racing, ready to kick it out of your rib-cage? 553 more words

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