Monthly Archives: March 2018

How to Write an Ending That Fits Your Story

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? by Andrea Lundgren ? Personally, I like fitting endings even more than happy ones. Sure, it’s nice to know that the characters you’ve read about succeed. When you’ve invested time and emotional…

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Finding Your (Literary) Voice

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? by Michael Mohr ? Finding your literary “voice” in writing is tough, no question. So much of it is organic, visceral, from within. What does that mean? Well, basically it means that…

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Medical Story Challenge – Nori

Bill Fox on holiday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fox both in their 50’s, had a 22 year old daughter Hellen, who lived in Australia. Hellen had just bought an apartment with her husband Tom that needed lots of renovations. As … Continue reading

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Medical story challenge – Shareen Rouvray

Ninziza Nkundu was worried.  She had washed, pounded and strained the cassava, then ground the sorghum into flour to make the daily ration of the meal they all ate most days after her son and his brothers and sisters returned … Continue reading

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Medical story challenge – David Rollason

Global warming, is it really a myth? The aging stacks of peat standing next to the stone wall of the single roomed cottage, seemed to lean sadly into themselves a little more each day, now lifeless and unrequired. Although the … Continue reading

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Medical story challenge – Elizabeth Ginger

Gloria’s struggle Last year Gloria’s husband, Jim, died suddenly.  He just sat up in bed one day and was gone.  She called 999, of course, and the paramedics were brilliant, but nothing they did could save him. “It was a … Continue reading

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Medical story challenge – Dr Val Inchley

Stipulatons for inclusion: Male – 5 yrs old – Acid Attack – Lausanne, Switzerland Dhane gripped his father’s hand as tightly as he had done Binimaya’s on that fateful day back in Kathmandu… He’d cried when his mother had explained … Continue reading

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Exciting New Publication

We are very pleased to present Dr Val Inchley’s latest publication, her autobiography… Available from the author, or at a Pens meeting, please send us a message with your contact details to pass on.

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Writing with a medical element

At a recent Pens meeting , the main event was a workshop, courtesy of Dr Val Inchley with an additional contribution by Nori on his own specialist subject as a psychiatric nurse. Val lead us through the many considerations needed … Continue reading

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New AWP Services Available!

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? Hi all! A Writer’s Path now offers author-related services. As an author, I know how it can be a pain to sort through dozens of service providers just to have your book…

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