Welcome to a space on the web for writers. Click on the links to the left of the page, create a New Post or Comment on existing posts. All suggestions welcome.
Hi there - hope you found this ok. All comments welcome!Dittany
Well done on setting this up.
I've added some links to sites at the top. Let me know of any other sites we could add links to. On a massive learning curve right now but enjoying it..Fiona
Amazing work, ladie, thanks a mill. (MaryClare is Mary O'Brien)
You would think I would know how to spell!
HiWhat do you think of the photo? A couple of missing people... think we should have a new pic taken for our graduation, with Katie?
Just saying hello and thanks to Dittany. Great start - hope there will be a few more men (not that I object to women, you understand).The photo is good but I agree a new one is wanted - an excuse to reconvene, if an excuse were needed.
Hi Edwinglad you made it - I met Monica by chance out walking last night and she has agreed to join. Maybe you could have a word with the fellas!Fiona
Still moving things around to make the page tidier. All the links now on left, including one which will bring you directly to the IADT site. All suggestions welcome
Two websites of potential interest:- askaboutwriting.net- rte.ie/radio1/francismacmanus/I have repeatedly submitted entries to the latter competition, all of which disappeared into a depressing black hole. Still, if you don't try ....Authors I like (but this is just me) include John Banville, William Trevor, EM Forster, Iris Murdoch, Wendy Cope, James Joyce, Pete Carey, Wm Shakspere, John Steinbeck, Laurence Sterne and Charles Schulz.By the way, is it possible to have the latest entry to the blog appear at the top?Cheers, Edwin
Have added links and authors. Will consult the oracle about blog..
Oracle has spoken...Comments are listed below the posts. You can start a NEW POST instead of adding comments to the old ones. Each new post will appear at the top of the page.
Hi DittanyRe useful links, you might like to add inkwellwriters.ie While mainly advertising courses and writers' services, Vanessa (the organiser,lives in Kilmacanogue) is also a scout for publishers and agents. She sends out a free monthly E-letter packed with all sorts of writing stuff, including competitions.