2018 - Write a book Project

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16th January 2018

Dear Diary,

My computer was replaced over the Christmas holidays so I did not get a chance to update you on my progress.  Santa came and left a few books behind for me, plus a Kindle that is being stuffed with e-books.

Talking about books, there is an email out there asking to check the list of registered teachers participating in the Project.  I know how important it is to make sure that every teacher bringing books is in the list for exchanges on the 8th February! Otherwise, we all have to wait until the details are entered by hand...


20th November 2017

Dear Diary,

Last night I was having my dinner in the pub with the family, actively trying to avoid looking at the football match on the screen, when I saw a bus passing by advertising a new movie, The Man Who Invented Christmas.  Well, with only 35 days to Christmas, it looks very appropriate!  What was that effect called??? Ah, oui: mise-en-abyme!  Well, ok, not really, as this will be a book within a story within a movie... Still, that kind of theme is always interesting.  I wonder if any of the books from the Write a book Project will pick up on the idea...

3rd November 2017

Dear Diary,

I didn't know November was "National Novel Writing Month", or #NaNoWriMo as it’s known online.  I found a very interesting article about it, from JSTOR.  OK, it is about writing a novel by novel writers, but I am sure among those words there will be something that the teachers and the children can apply for the Project.

1st November 2017

Dear Diary,

It is nearly the end of the mid-term break and, as the golden leaves cover the sides of the roads, it is time to think again (for some) on the Write a book Project.

So far, all the schools that participated last year and those in the Blackrock Education Centre's catchment area have received the following email:

And it seems that, by now, 20 schools, or one hundred and twenty-five teachers, are already ruminating what they'll be doing.

I wonder how many books are there already in the planning process...

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