Let’s be honest, a lot of local libraries are little more than a money sink for many local authorities. What if there was an alternative that made your library not just a viable project but a community asset too? Here … Continue reading A different vision of the future of local libraries
The man in the silver suit pushed the contract across the table and grinned a wicked grin at Nigel. “Do we have a deal?” the man asked. Nigel greedily snatched up the document. “I can really have what I want?” … Continue reading The man in the silver suit
How do you deal with aggressive comments and angry feedback? I write about Christianity. As a result, I deal with my fair share of confrontational comments. None of them on my blog sadly. (I would love some nice comments if you … Continue reading Dealing with aggressive comments
The Thanet Canute is a person (or group of people) that seem to have a problem with variety. This is the story of The Thanet Canute and the cybersquatting. Today is say no to bullies day. They say that in order … Continue reading The Thanet Canute cybersquats
Why is it that we writers are so prone to the thinking that we own an idea? For some reason that is lost on me, writers seem to be particularly prone to worrying about people stealing their ideas. There may be … Continue reading You can’t own an idea
There are many writers who could be said to be writers of Thanet insofar as these writers came from or have been connected to Thanet. I’ve divided this list of Writers of Thanet by town. My primary source of information for … Continue reading Writers of Thanet
What makes a good writer? Specifically, what does it take to make you a good writer? This post is inspired by Thanet Writer and author, Matthew Munson’s blog post. I took his main points and examined them one by one to … Continue reading What makes you a good writer?