The Middle Class Handbook is one of those contrived blogs, put together to promote a book, or the idea of a book, but don’t let that put you off. It’s actually quite funny, sometimes a bit rude, but usually entertaining, and perfect for anyone who has attended one of my “class” classes. (I know I […]
Confessions of an aspiring novelist – aka The Write Inspiration is a writers blog from an aspiring author, a woman called Sinead who lives in Ireland. Here you can follow her frustrations and triumphs online. Here is an extract:- I’ve been writing books, short stories and poems ever since I could hold a pen (my colouring books […]
The Inky Fool is a blog about words, phrases, grammar, rhetoric and prose. The last two words will give you a clue that this is not a blog for beginners, but it’s fun and well written.
Storyline online – Describes itself as a streaming video program featuring famous people reading children’s books aloud, and that’s exactly what it is! Actors like Ernest Borgnine and James Earl Jones, read children’s books, and these aren’t like the kind of books and stories I have to share, these are current books still under copyright. […]
Crap days out has been chosen by hubby as the blog of the month for November. You might be surprised at this tongue in cheek look at some of the entries of the worst places to visit in the UK: From Stonehenge to Madame Tussauds, Shakespeare’s birthplace to the Harry Potter Tour, model villages to […]