Thank you to Yvonne Richardson for being the very first person to post a comment on here. I know how busy she is and so I am really appreciative of her time and effort to do this. Yvonne is a member of the Writer Group I belong to, Writers for Welfare. We are contributors to a new book to be published later this month in aid of The Norfolk Hospice. More information on Writers for Welfare and the book as soon as I am able to confirm details. The whole group is so excited at the publication of the book and will no doubt be posting on their own pages soon enough.
As soon as the mist cleared and the sun came out I decided to go for a long walk the other morning, through the woods and across the nearby heath which is also a Wild-life Reserve. I am so lucky to live near plenty of places to walk; woods, heathland and also through the grounds of some of the most […]
Well, I don’t know what is wrong with me this week. I had great intentions of writing a few short stories and possibly trying to publish them on ‘Smashwords’ or similar. I see so many author colleagues doing it I am seriously considered using them. One has sold 24,000 copies of her book in about 8 months! Then I was […]
Spent all morning trying to access this account and kept getting password rejections and then user rejections and yet nothing has changed as far as I know. Totally confused by all these obstacles which prevent me from getting down to writing and updating things. Life is just one huge password/pin number hassle and then there are the secret questions and […]
I had the best of intentions today, set up this blog – everyone has said I should have one – and then get some writing done. I need to revisit my Ms Birdsong Investigates story and do some edits and some rewriting. Having been away and then ill for the best part of 2012 I really need to get […]
Two years ago I had the opportunity of writing some short stories which (eventually) I want to compile into a book. These stories are called ‘God’s Waiting Room’ and are based on various situations arising whilst waiting for the bus in a little village full of wonderful characters. The stories are mainly funny but some are touched with some sorrow. […]