Month: March 2015

Write Your Own Story

Idea – develop – create

WRITE YOUR STORY - new cover - draft 2

 Publishing date: 16th July, 2015

An eBook to inspire teachers, parents, grand-parents and siblings to help young children unlock their own story development skills, to enable them to ..

write their own stories…

children can become creators not just consumers.


 Action leads to conflict > Conflict is drama



  • Tom the Leaf Monster
  • Sarah and Her Dog
  • Dragon Boy
  • Story Structure
  • Ladybird Girl
  • Toby the Lion


From Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ to J. K. Rowling’s ‘Harry Potter’ stories have been a part of everyday life.

Human beings like to hear stories, watch stories and tell stories.

The tools to write stories are within everyone, particularly children. All you need is an imagination and something to write with. Then woooosh….. off you go into a world created out of nothing. Created by you.

There are rules in storytelling but sometimes rules are there to be broken.

“A story should have a beginning, a middle and an end, but not necessarily in that order” ~ Jean-Luc Godard – film maker.

This is an eBook for parents and children. It has one main aim: to encourage children to develop and write their own stories.

The World can never have too many story tellers.

Illustrator: Paula Shapland ~ 

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