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SCBWI MIDWEEK BRUNCH at Fleet River Bakery

July 17, 2014 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
The SCBWI brunch is a chance to meet fellow SCBWI-ers and talk about what we're all working on, share useful information and generally chat. The delicious food emerges from the kitchen at noon, so we'll gather downstairs from 11.30am then head…See More
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Medieval Tales at Cambridge Festival of Ideas

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New Release - Teabag the Magnificent and the Road to Wembley 9-14 age group

Teabag the Magnificent and the Road to Wenbley' - The second, hilarious…See More
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Email Nick at webmaster AT britishscbwi.org to add you to our Ning's blogroll! The following are not in any particular order.


Ella Goodwin's blog


Lorraine Gregory's blog


Nicola L Robinson's Blog


Ozlem's Yikici's blog


Jan Carr's blog

 

The Nocturnal Readerby Davinia Andrew-Lynch

 

Brushing Upby Sam Zuppardi

 

In the Wishing Chair- podcasts and interviews on children's writing by Rebecca Brown

 

Laura Atkin'sblog

 

Bridging Imagesby Bridget Strevens-Marzo

 

Seven Miles of Steel Thistlesby Kath Langrish

 

Julie Fulton's blog

 

Eleanor Patrick's blog

 

Critically Yoursby Anne M. Leone

 

Frogs Blog From the Log by George Kirk

 

Mike Brownlow's blog

 

Not Quite UpWrite by Jo Wyton

 

My Word by Lisa Bratby

 

Ribble Babel by J.A. Brunning

A Novel Way by Tina Lemon

Rebecca Colby's Blog

KM Lockwood by Philippa Francis

Katie Dale's blog

Fifteen Days without a Head and Other Stories by Dave Cousins

An Illustrator's Life for Me by Lynne Chapman

Whirl of the Wheel by Catherine Condie

Claudia Myatt's blog

Candy Gourlay's new blog

John Shelley's blog

Jennie is Here! by Jennifer McLaughlin

Chaosmos by Vanessa Harbour

Dragon Tongue by children's authors in Wales

Miriam Halahmy on Writing

Scribble City Central by Lucy Coats

Critically Yours by Anne M Leon

Alex Craggs' Blog

Daylight Procrastinator by Yona Wiseman

Life Beyond by Mel Rogerson

Granny's Tale by Gillian McClure

Sword and Sandal Kids Blog by Saviour Pirotta

Who Ate My Brain? by Nick Cross

My Favourite Books by Liz de Jaeger

Chocolate Keyboard by Anna Bowles

The Fairy Tale Cupboard by Claire Massey

Nihilation by Jeannette Towey

Jo Loring Fisher's Blog

Trials of a Self Published Author by Debbie Edwards

Absolute Vanilla by Nicky Schmidt

Benjamin Scott's blog

Hot Frog by Paul Morton

Tall Tales & Short Stories by Tracy Ann Baines

Book Child World by Leila aka Bathsheba Clarice De Trop

Julie Day's blog

Jude's Writing Corner by Najoud (Jude) Ensaff

Sympathy for the Moon by David Thorpe

Debbie Bennett's blog

Sarah's Blog at the Greenhouse by Sarah Davies

Jabberworks by Sarah Macintyre

Anita Loughrey's Blog

Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost by Paul Romeo

Notes from the Slush Pile by Candy Gourlay, Teri Terry, Maureen Lynas, Addy Farmer and Jo Wyton

Sue Eves's Blog

Wilf by Addy Farmer

Sue Hyams's Blog

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If you blog on writing or illustrating for children, we can highlight your blog on the Ning's homepage for a month. You just have to blog at least once a week primarily on topics related to children's books. A great way to raise your profile, spread the word about your work and win more blog readers! Email Candy on webmaster AT britishscbwi.org

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The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators British Isles welcomes you to our very own Ning - where the fantastic writers and illustrators who make up our membership can show off their talents, advertise their work, network, interact, engage, and raise their profiles! If you'd like to join SCBWI, join on the international website

 

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New Release - Teabag the Magnificent and the Road to Wembley 9-14 age group

Teabag the Magnificent and the Road to…

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Posted by Nigel Paul Morgan on June 12, 2014 at 17:42

#mywritingprocess: Wordpress bloggers and their writers' blog tour

Taking the slow road - tarrying not typing

This week I have been taking part in an intriguing exercise on Wordpress. One writer (at the invitation of another writer) writes a blog post on…

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Posted by Tish Farrell on May 21, 2014 at 17:13

Jules Blog

Jules, a character from Cloud Riders, has started her own blog. 

Posted by Nick Cook on April 18, 2014 at 10:07 — 1 Comment

Cloud Riders – Trailer 3

The third and final Cloud Riders' trailer – the mystery deepens...…

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Posted by Nick Cook on April 18, 2014 at 10:05

WORDS & PICTURES: PROOFREADING ARTICLES

'Proofreading Tips' articles now listed together here:…

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Posted by Catriona Tippin on April 9, 2014 at 20:47

Website Ahoy!

Phew!  When I first sat and mused how nice it would be to have mini animations on every page of my website, I really didn't understand how much work was involved in such an undertaking!  Anyway several months later, I do declare, that it is…

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Posted by Sally Bee Booth on April 4, 2014 at 20:30

The Second Cloud Riders' Trailer is Now Live

A teenager who has a waking nightmare... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z_nCLRSB4Y

Posted by Nick Cook on March 17, 2014 at 11:54

'Homepage' Artwork for New Website

Posted by Sally Bee Booth on February 27, 2014 at 21:36 — 1 Comment

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