Whether you’re participating or not, whether you started at August 1st or not, it’s worth checking out the posts and writing prompts, all of which have useful things to say about writing and creativity and finding/making the time for it.
Writing prompts from the Madwoman in the Forest
Writer. Creative writing teacher. Tea-drinker. Book junkie.
Author of nine novels for young adults published by Poolbeg Press: Dear Diary... (2000), Being Her Sister (2001), Memories (2002), Stereotype (2003), Good Girls Don't (2004), Afterwards (2005), That Girl (2007), Big Picture (2008), Every Summer (2009). Website lives here.
One of the founders and directors of the Big Smoke Writing Factory, which provides creative writing courses and workshops for aspiring and developing writers in Dublin.
Takes her tea with milk, no sugar.
Fond of: children's & young adult fiction, history, feminism, gifted education, yoga, TV shows on DVD, chocolate, comedy, Twitter.
Blogging sporadically (a word which inevitably reminds her of Clueless) about: books, randomness, writing, teaching, and books again.
Once described by the Irish Times thusly: "....she comes across as Hermione Granger with a playful streak."
Often described by many people thusly: "...mildly insane."
Contact: leave a comment, or email at clairehennessy [at] gmail [dot] com.