The Story Behind The Tagline

Some writers seem to find their niche early on in their writing career and stick to a fixed genre throughout their productive life. They probably started out reading in the genre in question and enjoyed it so...

More than a fresh Coat of Paint

So how do you like my refurbished website, my writer friends? It still needs some tweaking here and there but thanks to the wonderful Lucy Felthouse, I feel almost as reborn as my new website. This is really...

The Girl on the Cliff

She stood so still  Upon the cliff With eyes fixed on the waves below. The seaweed and the oysters knew  The clenched fists, The tales of agony.   The wind like music Played her dress In ripples of...

Breaking the Radio Silence

Two months since I wrote my last blog post. This has never happened since I launched my website five years ago. Why the prolonged radio silence? A good question. I don’t really know myself. Just...

Living & Writing in Slow-Motion

This is the last weekend of my 4-week holiday. The word ‘holiday’ really encompasses what this period has been to me. Holy Days. It was the first summer in three years that wasn’t constantly...

Win a Free Copy of The Cottage on The Border

By reading the interview below, answering the final question and leaving a comment in the comment section, you can win an eBook copy of The Cottage on The Border. On Monday 3 August this interview was posted...

Votes please!

Today my publisher Tirgearr Publishing pointed out a wonderful new site to me where you can have your book jugded by its cover. RateBookCover.com allows authors to quickly upload their cover image without...

Jenna -the New Isadora

When I was around twenty I wanted to be a dancer, far too late and out of my league, of course. Being brought up in a strictly intellectual environment, the body was considered of lesser importantance and...

Writing is Focus

I can’t remember ever having looked forward to my 4-week summer holidays as much as I do to this one. But the desire is mixed with fear and trepidation as the past three summers were mostly spent inside...

All Roads Lead To Rome

In the last weeks before my summer hols I confess I’m too stressed at work – and hence tired – to be very actively involved in my writing and editing. Quite jealous when I pop over to FB for...

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