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Here are a few links to other writers and useful websites.


Vicky Adin

Vicky Adin is an historical fiction writer based in New Zealand. Vicky is an award-winning novelist author of Brigid The Girl from County Clare and Gwenna The Welsh Confectioner. Vicky's stories are about people, their pasts and their passions.

Visit Vicky's website

Marion Day

Marion Day has won adult and children's short story competitions, and was shortlisted in the 2011 Storylines Joy Cowley Text Awards. She has children's and adult's stories in anthologies. One of her pre-teen stories has been included in the ESA's New Zealand textbook for secondary school students - Level 1 Literacy Learning Workbook.

Visit Marion's website

Rae McGregor

Rae's first book 'The Story of a New Zealand Writer: Jane Mander' was published in 1998, and was followed by 'Shrewd Sanctity' a biography of Kathleen Hall a New Zealand missionary nurse in China. In 2009 she had two books published, her first children's book 'Nitescope' and 'Sailing to Success'.

Visit Rae's website

Daryl Brougham

Daryl Brougham has a Bachelor of Social Work (Biculturalism in Practice). He lived in care as a foster child from the age of three months to 18 years, as a ward of the state, with over 30 placements, 20 social workers and 27 schools. He has experienced every type of neglect, abuse and maltreatment but has survived to share his experiences.

Visit Daryl's website

Tina Shaw

Tina is a New Zealand novelist, writing for adults, teenagers and children. She is also a qualified manuscript assessor.

Visit Tina's website

Other Resources

New Zealand Society of Authors

The mission of the society is to actively and responsibly support and represent the interests of all New Zealand's writers and the communities they serve.

Visit NZSA website

The Oxford English Dictionary

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is the accepted authority on the English language, providing an unsurpassed guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of more than 280,000 entries.

Visit The OED website

Māori Dictionary Project

The overall aim of this website is to support learners of Māori. New entries and additional meanings continue to be added. In 2007 photographs of species and people began to be added.

Visit The Māori Dictionary website

Pexels - Free stock photographs

Visit Pexels website

Unsplash - Free stock photographs

Visit Unsplash website