Monthly Archives: October 2011

What is read without doubt influences what is written. What is read in childhood, those first words that strike a chord, that ignite as yet unexplored emotions, will be fundamental to the development of a writer. My own writing is rather dark – families dealing with tragedy, battling to recover, desperate to cope again. Shortly after my book was accepted… Continue Reading

I am represented by a lovely agent. Fact. I am grateful for her every day. Fact. It is because of bananas that she is my agent. Fact. ‘She’ is the paragon of patience and generous provider of tissues and shoulder I will hereafter refer to as The Lovely One. Ensnaring The Lovely One was simple (ish). I merely… Continue Reading

Hello! I’m not sure who I am talking to. Most likely nobody. I talk a lot and hence I’m used to people glazing over. With this in mind I’m viewing this blog as therapy, my internal monologue posted, just in case there’s someone out there who might be interested in reading, and might read without… Continue Reading


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