And things get fun (think colour, music, movement, goofiness, and an all-round sensory party!) Confession: I’m not usually a huge fan of writing prompts. In my opinion, they’re like the veggies of my childhood—probably good for me, but bland and unpalatable
In addition to being an endless source of industry knowledge, creative inspiration and critiquing opportunities, Write Links is a truly supportive network. Month after month, both during the official meetings and in the friendships formed through them, members genuinely cheer
Peter Carnavas – The In-between of Writing – the difficult yet fulfilling art of writing children’s novels.
Australian author, Peter Carnavas, joined the Write Links team to present this workshop. Peter is author of books such as The Elephant and My Brother Ben among other Australian favourites. He opened with one of his favourite author’s writing tips: Kurt Vonnegut
Reflection, support, successes and improvements, dreams, wish-lists, and ongoing friendships were some of the themes that dominated our end-of-year December Write Links meeting. We were delighted to be back in-person again at the State Library of Queensland. The vibe felt like
by Justine Lawson This blog is based on a workshop I gave at Write Links when we met at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens between lock downs in 2021. One of the delights of reading is when we feel immersed in a
At our November Write Links meeting you'd be forgiven for thinking Christmas had come early. Excitement and good cheer hung in the air as everyone greeted each other, thrilled for our in–person encounter and to be back in our usual meeting
After such a long time meeting only in the digital ether, our group members were reunited on Saturday, 26th of June, in the Botanic Gardens Café. Our coordinator Yvonne Mes did a fabulous job as usual as she led us