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Author Andrew Buller, while unwell, reflects on how it is good to get back to basics with writing and drawing with pen and paper

Author Andrew Buller, while unwell, reflects on how it is good to get back to basics with writing and drawing with pen and paper.

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Introducing Andrew Buller Books

Andrew Buller Books - helping authors publish their own book

Over the last seven years I have learnt a great deal about the world of publishing. I have read widely, listened to many podcasts, watched numerous YouTube tutorials and gleaned invaluable information from a variety of websites. It is now

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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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