GRIEVE LIZZIE WILCOCK PDF

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I am a primary school teacher and every year I guide my Year 5 students through the process of writing their own novels. Some of my students have produced works in excess of 30 words! I was inspired to write by my Year 9 English teacher. I know how to milk cows, drive a tractor, bale hay and put out an irrigation pipeline. I prefer to read Young Adult fiction.

My hobbies are camping, swimming, photography, walking and reading. I have lived and taught in Canada and Singapore. My favourite place in the world is Merewether Beach in Newcastle, which is metres from my house.

My favourite novel that I have written is Thirst. I love the heat, the quest for survival, the growing friendship between Karanda and Solomon. I plan to travel to Germany and Scandinavia when Thirst is published there next year.

My first two novels, Losing It and Grieve, were written by hand in school exercise books, mostly whilst out camping or fishing with my husband. I finally decided to write a novel because I wondered whether my Year 9 English teacher was right about my talent. Each novel has taken me about 12 months to write. I wish I could write more often, but I work full time. I have no formal training in writing but I believe if you read a lot, then that is the key to success as a writer. Okay, enough of my ranting.

Let me know if you want something more specific. Where could I find the time?

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Shelves: library , realistic-fiction , read-in , good-writing , to-re-read-one-day , female-pov This novel is about 14 yr old girl that lives in the country in Australia. I starting reading it at a time in my life when I was going through a lot and I really connected with the character and could understand what she was feeling. Through reading this book it gave me hope. The book itself was written in such a way I never realised the twist that was coming and I cried a little when I finally realised what was happening and what it all meant. I especially liked that throughout the book the main character I borrowed this from the school library and it changed my life. I especially liked that throughout the book the main character found moments of happiness and eventually found love in an unexpected place.

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GRIEVE LIZZIE WILCOCK PDF

I am a primary school teacher and every year I guide my Year 5 students through the process of writing their own novels. Some of my students have produced works in excess of 30 words! I was inspired to write by my Year 9 English teacher. I know how to milk cows, drive a tractor, bale hay and put out an irrigation pipeline. I prefer to read Young Adult fiction. My hobbies are camping, swimming, photography, walking and reading. I have lived and taught in Canada and Singapore.

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