Most of my books for adults are about writing, and they spring from my very wide experience of writing and working with other writers.
In my workshops, I like to mix things up. We might have a poetry writing warm-up in a memoir session, or a non-fiction exercise to find new settings and themes for fiction, and people are often surprised how much they enjoy going off their normal writing tracks, and how much benefit they can get from it. More here
If you’d like to try it, there’s also a little ebook taster with just 10 free-range forays and a bunch of writing tips. More here
When I came to writing, I found the techniques and attitudes I’d learnt from many years of working with dreams made everything about the process feel easy. You don’t need to work with dreams yourself – you can explore the ideas and techniques in my book, Writing in the House of Dreams. More here
Every writer is different and so is every block – there isn’t a one-size-fits -all solution. This book will help you identify exactly what’s holding you up and develop your own strategies for dealing with it, whenever you feel stuck. Because knowing how to keep things flowing is the key to happy writing.
The best ideas I found when I was researching how to handle bullying come from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Positive Psychology. In Help Your Child to Handle Bullying I share them with you so that you can share them with your child.
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