As I've got older I have a few regrets, most of them are about opening my mouth at the wrong time, and not opening it at others. I could go on and on … [Read more...] about It’s never too late!
The very first short story I ever wrote I sent to Woman's Weekly. Not long after I received a lovely rejection letter from the Fiction Editor, Gaynor … [Read more...] about Happy Endings
I am in the kitchen. Nothing wrong with that - many people work from the kitchen table - but I try to avoid it at all costs. It makes me a sitting … [Read more...] about A Sitting Target
My posts have been erratic these past few months. We moved house in July and our new home has had to be totally renovated. This past week has been … [Read more...] about The need to escape?
Ah ha- did that get your attention? I hoped it would, although I do hope you're not meant to be doing something else. Were you distracted too easily? … [Read more...] about How I stopped getting distracted by social media
Last week one of my short stories was published in My Weekly magazine in the UK. The title was Waiting for Mr Faultless and it was inspired by a sign … [Read more...] about Why you need a notebook – Writing Short Stories