Finger-Nibbling at Midnight

A celebration of the Wonderful Words in the World of Freelance Writing.                                                                                                                                                                                 I wrote this after completing a writers’ course on Non-fiction writing. I recall the writers’ course which got me hooked. In the early hours of my last day I contemplated our collective beginning. With newly-nibbled nails I tapped out the result of that week’s […]

PAST IT, Part Two to finish the story

This completes the story from my last blogpost. It is a story from FIFTEEN REASONS FOR A LATE NIGHT, the first of my two short story anthologies. Comments are welcome! as are any emailed enquiries if you’d like to purchase the anthologies [felicity.logan@compassnet.co.nz] The following day her visitors head for the mall. “I’ll stay home, […]

Another anthology from THORNICROFT HOUSE

Announcing MORE REASONS FOR A LATE NIGHT… As promised, there is now a second anthology of sixteen short stories with a similar variety to the first. Seven of them have been placed in competitions, read over the radio and/or published in magazines. All are written by Felicity Logan and none are more than 11 pages. […]

Supporting your child in learning Music

How much things have changed within the last thirty years! Once upon a time (in the olden days!) parents were able to ensure their children followed up the financial investment involved in private music lessons. Not so, now! These days, children are offered a huge range of after-school activities and they frequently end up over-committed […]

Woe Betidings [a Medieval story]

If you like cryptic writing this may be to your taste. For a competition I had to write “Purple Prose” which also had to include as many “purple” words as possible. I’ve italicised the “purple” words which sometimes require the spelling to be a little (shall we say) ‘mangled’. Since it’s set in Medieval times, I’ve […]

Interview: Rangitawa Publishing

I’d like to use my WordPress blogSpot to introduce Jill Darragh who runs Rangitawa Publishing, Feilding, New Zealand. Hers is a service provider publishing business that helps authors to self-publish their works for a low fee. I asked her the following questions: Jill, how does your business go about its work? We use digital publishing […]