Known also as the Patientdreamer I am a writer who loves to dream, and is passionate about writing stories for the young so that they may join me in the wonders of adventure in countries and cultures afar, and in special moments to remember.
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Author Archives: Diane Tulloch
To finish off the Day of interesting speakers at the Sydney SCBWI Conference Susanne Gervay sprung into action providing heaps of laughter with an illustrator duel and charity auction for Room to Read between Sarah Davis and James Foley. It … Continue reading
Wow! This was a moving heartfelt presentation yesterday by the sweetest and most generous person I know, my dear friend and critique buddy Vivian Kirkfield. It was a hit and I was also blown away by the positive reception … Continue reading
Hi everyone, welcome to the first instalment following Vivian on her travels to Australia and New Zealand. I promised to post videos and pictures and I’ve decided to leave the videos till I’m at home or at least post in … Continue reading
Yep it’s that wonderful time of year. When hearts are a fluttering, love is in the air and someone somewhere is holding an expensive bunch of red roses and a delicious box of chocolates. (Well I can only hope) It’s Susanna … Continue reading
Anticipating the Sydney SCBWI Conference 2019 and a dear Kidlit friend, Vivian Kirkfield’s Adventures down-under!
There is nothing like a conference to bring people from around the world together, and Sydney’s SCBWI Conference in two weeks is no different. While some will come from countries where they are still shovelling snow in 6degC or 42F … Continue reading
When You’re Going to the Moon Written by : Sasha Beekman Illustrated by: Vivienne To Published by: Affirm Press, Melbourne, Australia Ages: 3 – 7 years Theme: dreams, reaching for the stars. Courage, joy of adventure Opening Lines: There’s … Continue reading
A T-Wit for a T-Woo Written by : Charlie Farley Illustrated by: Layn Marlow Published by: Orchard Books, April 2018 Ages: 3 – 5 years Theme: friendship, self-belief Opening Lines: There once was an owl who lived in a wood, … Continue reading
Happy Multicultural Children’s Book Day everyone! And since I have a lovely writing buddy due to visit me in a months time, all the way from a New England village in the USA, I thought I would share a tongue-in-cheek story about … Continue reading
Lena’s Shoes are Nervous – a first day of school dilemma Written by: Keith Calabrese Illustrated by: Juana Medina Published by: Atheneum Books for Young Readers Ages: 4 – 8 years Theme: Bravery, empowerment, fear Opening Lines: Today is a … Continue reading