Seeking support, feedback, ideas, and tips for writing and publishing young adult books? Look no further than the community at All The Way YA, started by Jessica Kelley, an accountant by day and writer by night. via All The Way YA — Discover
Category: Art & Film
Penning 30 poems over 30 days in April? Use these five tools in your editor to format your poetry. via 5 Tools to Format Your Poems During National Poetry Month — Discover
A long time ago, back before I had my own laptop (and actually, probably before my family even had a home computer – just my mother’s work laptop that she would bring home on the weekends sometimes) I was really into writing. Okay, that was a lousy way of wording things – I’m still into […] via Saturday Musings + Coffee – Basic Invite Stationery … Read More Saturday Musings + Coffee – Basic Invite Stationery Review — L’ensemble du jour
Something Human: For History Lessons: Fluid Records you will present your audio-visual work Ph03nix Rising: The Mogya Project, which builds on your previous projects Meh Mogya and More Mogya where you explored your aural heritage and Ghana’s socio-political context. Considering your previous projects, how does this new adaptation further your enquiry into notions of class, […] via Interview with Larry Achiampong — M.A.P.
The Foreigner is a smart and entertaining foreign film that doesn’t feel all that foreign. The veteran acting of Chan and Brosnan carries the film’s dialogue, emotion, and action. I doubt this film will be successful enough to grant a sequel, but I wouldn’t mind seeing a part 2 if it came. via The Foreigner Review — Society Reviews
I am absolutely delighted to have blogger extraordinaire, Linda Hill of Linda’s Book Bag as a guest on the blog today to share a little more #booklove. Linda is one of my favourite bloggers and she covers such a variety of books that I can;t wait to see her choices. But first off, lets learn […] via #BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book … Read More #BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book Reviews