It is not how much we get, but how willingly we give that will change the world…

One important question that we asked ourselves, when we set out to design the Magic Diary project was if our goal was to just build bridges across the globe through storytelling. That was the main agenda alright, but that could not be the overarching mission. It was only means to an end. We wanted to spread … Continue reading It is not how much we get, but how willingly we give that will change the world…

We suspect Elin Babcock, from Oregon, USA, may not be who she says she is…She is a fairy godmother is disguise

Her mind never stops, her world view is that of an inquisitive child. Creativity is her birthright she says. An artist at the core of her heart, she is like a gurgling brook dancing its way down a mountain path, carrying its offering to the river in grateful mirth ---a picture of serene joy and … Continue reading We suspect Elin Babcock, from Oregon, USA, may not be who she says she is…She is a fairy godmother is disguise

Artist-writer Lorrina Hastings fought cancer and gave Magic Diary the gift of hope

For every movement to thrive  there needs to be at least one visionary and one go-getter, who keeps the team bubbling with hope and positive energy.  Lorinna Hastings from Australia has been that essential spark, a live-wire, and a cheerleader, who never let go of her faith that there is magic inside us and that … Continue reading Artist-writer Lorrina Hastings fought cancer and gave Magic Diary the gift of hope

Our newspaper coverage in faraway France; thanks to author James Vance

An incredible moment for all of us at the Magic Diary family! A humble initiative that started with a group of writing enthusiasts, wanting to contribute to an anthology of short stories, is gaining momentum and transforming into a movement,  before our very eyes --  the magic of this project unfolding itself in unbelievable ways... … Continue reading Our newspaper coverage in faraway France; thanks to author James Vance