Entries by Rebecca Stonehill


Story reading to Stroke Patients

A Thousand Word Photos is an organisation that matches photographers and writers, asking the writer to create a short story of 1000 words from the image. The stories are then read out loud by actors through the charity Interact to patients from all across London hospitals recovering from strokes. I was delighted to take part […]


Boundary-breaking Girls

This is my third piece I wrote for KHPT (Karnataka Health Provision Trust) in 2018 after visiting a few of their ground-breaking projects. Here, I write about inspiring young female role models who are encouraging their peers to stay in school and resist the pressure to marry beneath the age of eighteen. Click here to […]

Factory for Change

When I was travelling in India last year, I had the great privilege of spending some time with an NGO in Karnataka called KHPT – Karnataka Health Provision Trust – visiting their projects and speaking to staff, volunteers & recipients of their life-changing work. This is the first of my three pieces I wrote for […]


Where do Ideas come from?

Probably the question I get asked more than any other as an author is where my ideas come from. First of all, I’d like to debunk the myth that writers have better ideas than people who don’t write. It’s simply not true. It’s what people do with ideas that really counts. I think it’s different for […]