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Continuing Education

I just finished a two-week intensive course on plot arcs. Writers aren’t required to get CECs the way health and fitness professionals are. I don’t have to renew a certification or have to take a certain number of courses per two-year period to prove to anyone that I’m keeping up my skills. 264 more words

Behind The Stories: Inspirations And Encounters

Revision: Looking at Big Changes

What I’ve discussed before in regards to revision has identified what to do in the case of small changes, large changes put aside. Generally, you won’t run into things that change the entire content of your novel completely every time you review, or even most times. 559 more words


Top Tips for Maths Exam Success

A few words of advice on how best to prepare for a Maths exam or assessment.

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Expansion & Cutting: Getting Over Writer's Block

In the spirit of making this blog a little more fun and less of just a record of my work, I’ve decided to post more progress bits and talk about my process more. 1,981 more words


Revision ideas and resources

Last year, we had the benefit of Lyndsey and Jason sharing a wide range of revision resources with us. You can access the resources and ideas (including the well-received revision clock) here: 38 more words


Memory, the warder of the brain...

Like many others, I’ve learned a lot from Twitter over the last two years or so about memory. Specifically, how to get students to remember a core of essential knowledge for GCSE English Literature texts and retain that knowledge. 366 more words