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The Relaxing Guitar Bros talk about making music Two brothers from Hampshire and the Isle Of Wight who have spent all the winter lockdown writing and recording together to bring you our original relaxing guitar music, played to soothe the soul and ease your mind. Being musicians from a young age we both were eager to give something back and help in…
 
Author Conversation : John Lugo-Trebble Short story writer Talking about writing his latest story Sing! - Now available on the www.HappyStoryStore.com https://www.happystorystore.com/product-page/sing-by-john-lugo-trebble Summary about Sing Music is the universal language. It not only connects people but memories, places and can travel through time…
 
Calls of Nature; four exquisite poems by Alan Rayner The new era we are travelling into with the covid lockdowns is a time to reflect on the wondrous life around us that can spiritually heal us. Here Alan reads 4 of his beautiful poems that highlights nature's calm. About Alan I am an evolutionary ecologist, writer and artist. I was born in Nairobi…
 
Welcome to 2021 - inspiring poems by Sara Chwialkowska. Sara is a young poet - whose work takes an insightful look into mindfulness. My name is Sara and I am an English university student, I love writing poetry and short stories to express myself. My end goal is to become a published author, but in the meantime I'm working as well as studying, and …
 
Hi2020 Top Tier Judges discussing their choices for the overall winning story Hi2020 Short Story Competition launch on 20th February 2020, with great radio fare on Wycombe Sound 106.6FM. Thousands of entries by new writer from all over Britain and the Home Countries embraced the challenge. 34 pre-judges generously gave up time to read and score eac…
 
The absolute show stopper winner of the Hi2020 Short Story Competition. Thousands of stories entered from all over the United Kingdom from which 35 pre-judges and 5 Top Their Judges read, debated and chose this fabulous short story by new writer Kayleigh Maddocks. This Show stopper winning storey along with 19 excellent short stories are published …
 
Atonement Camp for Unrepentant Homophobes by Evan J. Corbin Atonement Camp for Unrepentant Homophobes follows the journey of Rick Harris, a closeted, self-hating, homophobic preacher who's sent to a camp run by drag queens for the incurably homophobic. Along his journey, Rick meets new friends who help him find his way out of the closet, but they s…
 
The Soul Talk by Akshitha shot sensual poem On a rainy evening I was enjoying the weather to the hilt with the petrichore and thunderstorms. I was feeling a deep connection with nature. I started appreciating every bit of god's creation the moon, sunset and I wanted to share this infinite beauty of nature in different incarnations. So I started to …
 
Lock Down Diaries; Masks by Kristina Pakhomenko My name is Kristina. I’ve spent more than twenty years in professional sport before I understood that I had passion for completely different things. Very interested in conspiracy theories, yoga, esoterics and spiritual practices. Coincidences are not coincidences and within ourselves we project what w…
 
Dear Publisher "Shark Attack!" by Peter la Trobe Welcome to our first in the new series of blog posts, written by a wonderful mix of published authors, renown writers and worldly bloggers. What’s in a name? Every writer, and every wannabe writer, has been here, or hereabouts: you’ve spent hours drafting and redrafting your story. Your Mum has heard…
 
Lockdown diaries Episode 5 Meaning of Choice by Kristina Pakhomenko My name is Kristina. I’ve spent more than twenty years in professional sport before I understood that I had passion for completely different things. Very interested in conspiracy theories, yoga, esoterics and spiritual practices. Coincidences are not coincidences and within ourselv…
 
Lockdown diaries series 2 by Akshitha I am Akshitha an app developer and very passionate about writing and love travelling and get lost in the beauty of nature. I love spending time with friends and hanging out.My 3 am friends are my greatest strength and we always stand for each other. I write what i feel and what i learn from the situations. I wa…
 
Maid Maleen by Brandi Gang Hello, my name is Brandi Gann, I have always loved telling a good tale. My goal as a storyteller is comparable to those storytellers of old. You know, the ones in front of a campfire spinning tales and magic alike. Each part of importance emphasized by a burst of flame or powerful silence. I want to tell stories like that…
 
The Sun the Moon and a Thousand furs by Brandi Gann My name is Brandi Gann and I have always loved telling a good tale. My goal as a storyteller is comparable to those storytellers of old. You know, the ones in front of a campfire spinning tales and magic alike. Each part of importance emphasized by a burst of flame or powerful silence. I want to t…
 
Lockdown diaries episode 3 by Chameleon in High Heels ; Change is coming Carola (AKA Chameleon in Heels) is a teacher, mother of two humans and a puppy, lover of high heels and clothes by day and a passionate and fierce writer any other time of her waking life. She is curious about humans, their emotions, what motivates them and makes them tick. Sh…
 
Lockdown diaries episode 2 by Chameleon in High Heels : Fear of going out Carola (AKA Chameleon in Heels) is a teacher, mother of two humans and a puppy, lover of high heels and clothes by day and a passionate and fierce writer any other time of her waking life. She is curious about humans, their emotions, what motivates them and makes them tick. S…
 
Lockdown diaries episode 1 by Chameleon in High Heels : The front door closes Carola (AKA Chameleon in Heels) is a teacher, mother of two humans and a puppy, lover of high heels and clothes by day and a passionate and fierce writer any other time of her waking life. She is curious about humans, their emotions, what motivates them and makes them tic…
 
Happy London Press Podcast 6: Wellness Week : Nurture Mind, Nourish body by Kate Bishop The last in the series: The state of mind, during this Coronavirus lock down ,can cause immense stress at home. The secret to overcoming problems is by moving your body, eating well and drinking plenty of water. Kate's last podcast is on how to keep healthy, hap…
 
Happy London Press Podcast 5: Wellness Week : Virtual Friends beats loneliness by Kate Bishop We all feel lonely from time to time. Feelings of loneliness are personal, so everyone's experience of loneliness will be different. And living and working alone can feel especially isolating, Kate gives us some tips on how to remain connected during lockd…
 
Happy London Press Podcast 3: Wellness Week : Motivation not Procrastination by Kate Bishop Without an office full of staff and managers - it can be hard to self motivate. Wanting to do something and motivating yourself to actually do it are two different things. So, what's the difference between those who never reach their goals, Kate explains abo…
 
Happy London Press Podcast 3: Wellness Week : Your Space, your Office by Kate Bishop Working from home can be highly productive, but it can also go badly wrong. Without a proper office space, a prioritised schedule, and on-the-spot supervision, it's all too easy to be distracted, and to get very little done Kate explains the importance of creating …
 
Happy London Press Podcast 2: Wellness Week : Winding down, Switch off by Kate Bishop Struggling to switch off from work? Follow this advice to help you relax, reset and rest. The days are long - there seems to be no beginning or ending. So when it's time for bed, one's mind can still be buzzing. ..Things not done... too many things still to do. Th…
 
Happy London Press Podcast 1: Wellness Week : Encourage Routine, Nurture Yourself by Kate Bishop Techniques to help you create your ideal working from home routine and how to stick to it. Routine is an important part of our mental survival. it helps to get tasks completed, it provides focus for our wellbeing – and supports those we live with. Our C…
 
Hi2020 Radio Show 2 - Helping you write a great story to enter Hi2020 Peter la Trobe A writers workshop on writing short stories Peter la Trobe, Harlow Writers Workshop "For a reader, the magic of a short story is – its shortness. They are read settling down to sleep, on the journey to work or as a distraction in the dentist’s waiting room – becaus…
 
Hi2020 Radio Show 1 - Helping you write a great story to enter Hi2020 Wycombe Sound 106.6fm and happy London Press are running a weekly radio show - every Wednesday 2pm -3pm. To help you write a great short story - so that you can enter the Hi2020 short story competition - Just check out how https://www.hi2020.co.uk…
 
Hi2020 Mini Course 3: What makes for an attractive style? Written and narrated by France Ellul. Writer's coach and English Teacher Podcast Two in the Mini course series: Next Week we will be launching a Digital BOOKAZINE all about how to write short stories - its packed full of helpful tips - From how to discover characters, planning for a Climax, …
 
Short Story: A touch of purple narrated and read by Ida Williams Late one night a little girl awakes to find her mother mending a special garment. Coloured an exclusive and expensive shade. One meant only for the most important person in the land. Historical roots: Purple has historically been an exclusive colour, often expensive and associated wit…
 
Hi2020 Mini Course 2: Why write a story? Written and narrated by France Ellul. Writer's coach and English Teacher Podcast Two in the Mini course series: . Hello everyone. My name is France Ellul. I teach a creative writing course consisting of a series of hands-on workshops. These have been focused initially on short-story writing and I’ve been ask…
 
Hi2020 Tip 2 : Write a Catchy First Paragraph Read to you by Kate Bishop. We have some excellent advice from Jerz Setonhill and Henneke In today’s fast-moving world, the first sentence of your narrative should catch your reader’s attention with the unusual, the unexpected, an action, or a conflict Begin with tension and immediacy. Remember that sho…
 
Hi2020 Mini Course 1: How to make a short story special? Written and narrated by France Ellul. Writer's coach and English Teacher Podcast One. This podcast - the first of a series of three - is to help aspiring writers understand some of the skills involved in writing fiction, in this case, short stories. It includes the first three of ten “Tips on…
 
The Lyme Regis Murders - Chapter 2 read by the author Andrew Segal THE LYME REGIS MURDERS Andrew Segal Happy London Press 342 pp Easy Read / Who-Done-It Can innocence ever be an incentive to murder? A quiet seaside town is thrown into turmoil. Tammy Pierre, London based private investigator, accompanied by her sometime lover, Israeli art dealer and…
 
Return : Poem written and narrated by Dr Priya Dolma Return : a delicate and sensitive poem about heartbreak, when a long-term relationship stops working, but ignites so many emotions from within. The perfect ode to imperfect ends, few miscalculations, some grief and a lot of nostalgia. This is just one of many poems from a new book, called Ivory G…
 
What will Heaven be Like? : Short Poem by Ian Sutherland Canada There are those of us who believe in God and those of us that don’t. I am one of those that does. And with that belief comes a belief in something called “Heaven”. There is some disagreement about what and where Heaven is. From my readings I have concluded that Heaven is here on Earth,…
 
Good Advice ; Action thriller Short story written and narrated by Ian J. Sutherland UK The story is woven from many aspects of personal experience knowledge, but the result is pure fiction. I trained as a scientist and then made a career delivering complex change in the City. Once I reached 50 I decided to challenge myself in new directions which h…
 
Little London Adventures and Cockney Curiosities by Clare Newton and Narrated by Kate Bishop. Artist and photographer Clare Newton rediscovers and records the faint remnants of old London, only made visible when lit by a fleeting low winter's sun. These images are the conduits through time, analysing the sometimes uncomfortable balance between a st…
 
A Major operation : Short Story written and narrated by Andrew Segal. Hello, I thought I would share with you my pleasure in writing about romantic short stories. Here's something about the background to major operation. I find the woman taking the lead, being the stronger of the two in a relationship. Perhaps that is a reflection of the women I’ve…
 
Inspiration for writing: The Lyme Regis Murders Crime thrillers look to present one with surprises. Could it be the murderer? the victim? the setting? or the circumstances of the crime that pique the interest and keep the fans glued? Readers want to be puzzled, shocked, swept along and then reassured that from where they are sitting or reading, the…
 
Eight Feet High : Short Story for Adults written and narrated by Ian J. Sutherland UK I trained as a scientist and then made a career delivering complex change in the City. Once I reached 50 I decided to challenge myself in new directions which have included standup comedy, photography and blacksmithing. I also started to blog professionally, befor…
 
Grumps & Sweeties; Children's Story Suitable for 3 year + Written and Narrated by Ian Sutherland from Canada Ian is a lawyer in Toronto, Canada. He and his wife, Carol, have five wonderful children and four beautiful grandchildren. About Grumps & Sweeties What type of person do we want our child to grow up to be? This is a story about the most basi…
 
Heaven Is . A short inspiring poem written and narrated by Ian Sutherland from Canada. Ian is a lawyer in Toronto, Canada. He and his wife, Carol, have five wonderful children and four beautiful grandchildren. The poem was written during a reflective time, when Ian was trying to understand the big picture in life. Ian Sutherland, is a full time law…
 
Stephen the Statue : Written and narrated by Andrew Segal Children's short story; suitable for 3- 6yr old It’s not always that easy to say where the inspiration for a story comes from. In the children’s story, Roberto the Robot, I looked at the fantasy of a machine with a mind and with feelings. The robot connects with a little girl, and she with h…
 
Clarissa the Clown ; Children's story written and narrated by Andrew Segal As a kid I remember the first time I was taken to a circus. It was Bertram Mills. Well known as one of the pre-eminent of circuses of its day, and not without justification. There was the excitement and anticipation before we arrived, the bustle, the expectant crowds of chil…
 
Cuthbert the Colonel : Children's Story written and narrated by Andrew Segal British soldiers, renowned for their courage and bravery, train under conditions of strict and uncompromising discipline. I recall an ex- soldier telling me that his NCO had screamed at the men till he was hoarse. But he got results. What was intriguing was that when the m…
 
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