Join me on my walk around Savill Garden, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire. Park of the Crown Estate. Windsor Castle is within walking distance. My idea of heaven.
I took these photos over a period of time on different occasions. I came across them when looking for a particular photo. I have many albums of photos (compiled in the days of film and developing) going back to my early teens, and sadly I have found that many have faded, especially Polaroid photos, which is sad. Fading memories. I […]
A few of the photos I've taken on some of my jollies
Happy New Year everyone and welcome back to my blog. My first Guest Author for 2018 is thriller writer, Marian Lanouette. Let’s find out more about her and her writing. Welcome to my blog Marian, it is really good to have you here. Tell us something about yourself – your past/present career and where you are based: Hi Jane, and […]
Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and happy holidays, and I hope you all have the best year ever to follow in 2018. Thanks to each and every one of you for being here and making blogging such fun. Thanks to those of you who have purchased the anthologies I have been included in, read my free stories, and enjoyed […]
David Videcette: My Guest – former Counter Terrorist Detective turned Author: ‘I can’t tell you the truth, but I can tell you a story…’™
I am thrilled to welcome author David Videcette to my blog this week – Author – Media Commentator – Detective I think you are in for a treat as we discover more about his career in Counter Terrorism and his writing. You may well have seen him on TV and heard him on the Radio giving his expert opinion about […]
My Guest Author today is Anna Claire Everward. She will be telling us about her in her own words: Anna Claire Everward Claire Everward (she goes by Claire) is a suspense author with a love of knowledge and a lively imagination that made writing the natural thing for her to do. Claire is also the author of The First, and […]
Ghostly Writes Anthology 2017 Coming soon from Plaisted Publishing with my short story As Cold As Ice A recently widowed new young mother accepts an invitation to move in with her late husband’s family. Their greeting is far from warm and they show little interest in their one and only grandchild, when the young mother arrives at the farm house in Jersey (Channel Islands) which is to become her home for the foreseeable future. Her bedroom opens on to a long corridor leading to the only bathroom on the floor her room occupies and getting to the bathroom proves a chilling experience for her… Based on a real farmhouse and events in Jersey but, of course, there is a lot of poetic license too… Coming soon.
At the end of 2016 I participated in several ‘jollies’ to some of the most amazing houses and beauty spots in England, and I’ve shared my experiences, as I often do, with visitors here. If you are new here and think you might enjoy reading about and seeing photos of some of the wonderful places around England I’ve visited since […]
Westminster Abbey: the second of my February Jollies. Revisiting my blog of 2016 because it’s raining out.
Every now and again I like to have a change from writing about writing so:
Welcome to the second of my recent 'jollies.'
I am so happy my photos and posts about a few of my visits to some of our great houses, gardens, cathedrals, churches and other places of interest, are so well received.
Your comments are always welcome and much appreciated.
My last 'jolly,' to Waltham Abbey Church was very popular and I learned a great deal from those commenting and telling me about their own visits and what they'd learned of the history of the Abbey Church. Thanks so much everyone.
Westminster Abbey (c) Jane Risdon 2016
The day following our visit to Waltham we visited Westminster Abbey.