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Being In A Book
by Norma Smith
It's very exciting how you can find words in your brain. How words turn into sentences. Suddenly you find you have a wee masterpiece. It goes to the printing press, and you sit with baited breath and wait for it to come back.
When I think of my words being in a book, a quiet happiness is how I feel it.
by Jessie McBride
If all our words are kept where all the computers can find them, does that mean that everyone in the world could read our words at the same time?
Glasgow City Council Social Work Services
Glasgow City Council Arts Development (Cultural & Leisure Services)
Scottish Arts Council
Royal Mail through the Stepping Stone Fund
East Glasgow Community Health & Care Partnership (Social Work Services and National Health Service).
With huge thanks from us all to Eric Murphy for all his support and work on building this site and for his commitment to continuing to work on this website for us.
by Alex Wallace
I think when you're living like we do, you need someone else outside of your family to make you feel part of a whole, not just part of a wee bit.
You'll never know how pleased I am to think of my name and my clutch of tales being in the pages of a book. I've enjoyed every moment. I appreciate it all.