Brexit Woes

How did the Brexit chicken cross the road? “I never said there was a road. Or a chicken”.

Charity Begins At Home

When my granddaughter was born over thirteen years ago, I wanted to celebrate her birth differently. I wanted Continue reading

Are You Sitting Comfortably?

Then I’ll begin…

I’m not sure I should be Continue reading

Writing Advice

What have other writers said that inspired you to keep going? These are some of my favourites…

Ostara – The Sprinq Equinox in Other Words

It’s nearly here. Not that the weather is conforming to what should be happening at this time of year. But fear not, it won’t be long. In the meantime, I thought these fella’s might  Continue reading

A Place to Write

Ernest Hemingway wrote standing up, Marcel Proust stayed in bed, Toni Morrison booked herself into a hotel room and a guy called Dalton Trumbo wrote in the bath. Dame Edith Sitwell, however, comes top of the pops for her writing place Continue reading

One Day In History

If you could witness one moment in history what would it be? There are many things I’d like to see but if I had to choose just one Continue reading

Things That Inspire My Writing

Being a writer can be quite frantic at times. Well, in my head it’s frantic. Everywhere I look I can see the potential of a new story. Inspiration comes in many forms and shapes, here are some of mine. Continue reading

Self Discovery Week 1: Favourite Physical Feature

I’ve signed up to 52 Weeks of Self Discovery prompts which I thought I’d share here, rather than in my journal. Some of it maybe of interest, most of it possibly not, but your choice. Feel free to comment with your own piece of self discovery.

1. What is your favorite physical characteristic (face or body)? Describe a time you felt proud of that feature. Here’s my take… Continue reading

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