Norah Colvin wandered onto a Ranch four years ago and discovered the joys of flash fiction. She brought with her a unique perspective, writing flash fiction with children in mind. Although some of her stories express the carefree spirit of children, often she tackles heavy issues, including bullying. With years of education knowledge and classroom experiene, Norah has become the Teacher at Carrot Ranch — a Rough Writer who remains curious to look up the meanings behind prompts and to share thought-provoking posts on topics that demonstrate what it is to cultivate a growth mindset.
We join Norah this week in Australia, and her fellow Aussie, Irene Waters next week on the Rough Writers Tour Around the World.
via Jump on board the Congress of Rough Writers Round the World Tour
It’s so fun to recall that first time!
Jumped on board and left a comment over at Norah’s wonderful post, and looking foward to our continuing Australian tour with Irene’s next week! <3
From the UK to Australia! Thanks for jumping on board, Sherri!
Left a comment on Norah’s blog. Love doing the flash fiction challenges. Also reading the anthology and enjoying it so much!
Woohoo! Thanks for reading the anthology, Molly! And for going to Australia, today.
I am enjoying it immensely, Charli. And I love to go to Australia – even if it is only virtual.
For whatever reason, my wordpress is having issues conversing with Norah’s., so I will leave my comment here.
The energy we feel from these Tour stops is amazing. Each week we continue to experience life through the years at the Carrot Ranch from amazing bloggers around the globe. Thanks for inviting us stop by your part of the world, Norah. It was a most enjoyable time.
Hopefully, it’s just a delayed flight on the WP Express, Ann! I also appreciate our global experiences and how we get to share them on these tour stops.
Thanks so much for leaving your comment here, Ann. It’s so nice to have you along for the ride.
Thank you for sharing my post here, Charli, and thank you to all those who popped over to my blog to read and comment. As I said, I’m honoured to be a part of this journey and to have a place, among so many esteemed writers, in the anthology.
This tour is so much fun, Charli. Norah is a wonderful educator, blogger and writer.