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- #AtoZChallenge – Day 19 – Simon Bunce and Sally Frost
- Searching for Hope during Lockdown
- Living with Chronic Pain: How reiki saved my sanity
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Tag Archives: stories
“There is a place, not far from here. It resides in my mind, a dream so near.” My fellow UK based parents may recognise this line that I adapted from a popular children’s television show. I do love to play … Continue reading →
This morning I felt a mild sense of panic when I realised that once I finish editing Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel) and send it off to the publisher, I will then need to start writing the third Redcliffe book. At … Continue reading →
It is that time of year, as people say. We have celebrated Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Now we are slowly falling back into the routine of work and the daily grind. My husband has been very miserable these last … Continue reading →
I have just finished writing an intense cliffhanger of an ending to my second Redcliffe novel Love Kills. It was amazing! Having finished editing a separate manuscript, I was thinking about what needed to be done on my current WIP. … Continue reading →
I have finally embraced the digital revolution, and have acquired a Kindle. I love it. I was resistant at first, because I am of the old school generation where we believe there is nothing better than curling up with a … Continue reading →
It occurred to me that every writer has a routine, or certain habits when working on their masterpiece. My routine is usually working from about eight or nine o’clock in the evening, very often staying up past midnight while the … Continue reading →
It is all very exciting! At the weekend I had another photo shoot for a local newspaper, and my feature article will appear in The Sentinel on Saturday 20th August. But before that I will feature in the Crewe Chronicle, Sandbach … Continue reading →
Today is a good day. I have received some excellent news in a personal financial matter, which has lifted a huge weight of worry. I have confirmed my very first book signing event (Saturday 17th September at Waterstones in Crewe, Cheshire), … Continue reading →
It seems that all of a sudden my life is growing chaotic again. After the initial panic over editing the book, confirming the artwork, and dealing with a new baby, there was a lull while I waited for the book … Continue reading →
Today I very excitedly picked up 3 copies of our local newspaper, the Middlewich Guardian from the newsagent, and found a rather large photograph of me and my book, together with a lovely article. Of course I only needed 1 … Continue reading →