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Snowflake’s Big Adventure by Erin Mackey

The Blurb Sometimes going out into the world is scary, but it can also be exciting. We all worry about our place in the world and Little Snowflake is no different.  When the day comes for him to fall to Earth for the very first time, he’s filled with worry and wonder.  Guided by Mama Snowflake, Little …

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Who Cut Up The Moon by Lynne Hallett

I recently bought Who Cut Up The Moon written by Lynne Hallett and illustrated by  Roz Wolseley-Charles. The book was a gift for my little granddaughter who is only two years old, it looked like it might be a little advanced for her but it was cute and I thought she would grow into it. …

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The 5 Questions of Writing by guest author Lynne Hallett

Good friends are always precious. However, when you are an author, the job can be rather solitary by nature, therefore the importance of friendship is amplified. It is therefore a special treat to have my good friend and fellow Swanwicker, Lynne Hallett, visit the blog today to discuss her writing habits. When I started writing …

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A Life-Changing Experience by guest author Lynne Hallett

‘Writing makes my soul sing,’ says Lynne Hallett, author of nine books for children. Today I am thrilled to have my friend from Swanwick Writers’ Summer School, Lynne Hallett who shares her writing journey with me. Thank you for joining me, Lynne. When I was little I never dreamed of being a writer. I wanted …

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