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Charlie Bell
Thursday, June 09, 2016

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  1. For God's sake don't put it on Facebook
    07 Aug, 2016
    For God's sake don't put it on Facebook
    Twitter ye not Take me out and have a good laugh, show me a really great time. Tell me you love me, give me a kiss but for God’s sake don’t put it on Facebook. Let’s have drink and a pleasant meal with your camera well out of the way. What meal we enjoy is between you and I so for God’s sake don’t put it on Facebook. Lets’ take in a gallery, see a good show be mindful of us and our doings; walk in the rain, laugh in the park but for God’s sake don’t put it on Facebook. Take me away to sunnier
  2. Finding the right mindset for writing
    01 Aug, 2016
    Finding the right mindset for writing
    Ten things to remember when writing There are many things that get in our way when we are writing. Here is some advice from someone who knows. 1. Dignify your work by diarising time for it just like any other task or appointment. Your writing is important to you so don’t let life push      it out of the way. 2. Write first and edit second. If you try to edit as you go along you will interrupt the flow. 3. Turn off your internal censor when writing. You do not need a voice telling you ‘you
  3. The transformative power of the Arts
    28 Jul, 2016
    The transformative power of the Arts
    Most of my students, and there have many over the years, have come because they want to experience the pleasure of self expression or to benefit from its therapeutic qualities. Getting published has not been at the top of their agenda. There have been examples of students going on to get published; Anne Jordan Hoad's two books of stories of the untold lives of Biblical women, and Graham Mummery's first collection of poems 'Meeting my Inners' to name but two.    Recently a long term student of