Most of the posts on this blog are guest-related but this is my little corner where I say what I’ve been up to…
What I’ve been up to this week:
- I’ve had the first sessions of ‘Plan & Write a Novel’ and ‘Creative Writing – Intermediate’ for my local council’s Adult Learning (evening / weekend classes). I shall be running these online from the end of this month – see http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/courses for details.
- Story A Day May started for the fifth year and I’ve been posting the prompts each day (see below).
What this blog’s been up to:
Apart from the weekday writing exercises (posted 6pm UK time), this past week’s posts were…
- Tuesday: Guest post: Tools and Resources to Help in Your Essay Writing by Kate Funk
- Wednesday: Book review 042: Morgen Bailey reviews ‘The Gate of Time’ by Stefan Bolz
- Thursday: Story A Day May – May 1st: Prompt from Neil Gaiman then My weekend at Chipping Norton Literary Festival by Morgen Bailey
- Friday: Story A Day May – May 2nd: Two prompts then Flash Fiction Friday 135: Empty by Paula Acton
- Saturday: Story A Day May – May 3rd: Keywords then Author Spotlight no.366 – Laura Wilkinson (inc. giveaway)
- Sunday: Story A Day May – May 4th: 2,000 words
- Earlier today: Story A Day May – May 5th: Shame
- Not a lot really. A quiet week following the lit fest I blogged about last week. For one reason or another, I’ve not been on my computer much, which is unusual for me, so have lots to catch up on. I have two client editing projects to do in the next couple of weeks with a couple more in the wings, which keeps me out of mischief.
What’s caught my eye online:
- The man with 42 hours to get home http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-27049200
- The slow death of purposeless walking http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-27186709
- How Bob Hoskins helped adults learn to read http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-magazine-monitor-27254465
- Sony tape smashes storage record http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-27282732
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