Category: Reflections

Reflections of Writing with Catching Lives

Harbledown's wall showcasing the beautiful art work produced by the talented clients of Catching Lives homeless charity

For the past eighteen months I have been volunteering at the charity Catching Lives in Canterbury and have been heavily involved in a EU-funded literacy project with our homeless community. This written work is developing into our own illustrated children’s book

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Why I love my job…

As I stood in the woods near my home this morning I was struck by just how much I love what I do! To be establishing as a writer, illustrator, author is totally awesome! Yet that has not always been the

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Mid Year Reflections

Andrew Buller children's author of The Rhymers

Please forgive these moments of pure indulgence – reflections of my 2015 so far… At the beginning of the year I stood at home, looking out of the window, the rain pouring down, with no job to go to… Yet

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