Nowt so strange as folk!

There's a reason that saying exists. Worse, there are people who keep on providing us with more reasons for saying it. This week, trending on social media is a story of folk who are decorating their male dog's bits in - erm - glitter. You'll be relieved to hear that's not the point of my... Continue Reading →

#IWSG: Questions about your writing

The Insecure Writers Support Group is a marvellous group set up by Alex Cavanagh. On the first Wednesday of every month, members post thoughts, fears or words of encouragement for fellow writers. The link above takes you to details about the group and how to join. You'll also find a list of bloggers signed up... Continue Reading →

Writing goals revisited

I first set myself writing goals in October 2015. In deciding what (if anything) I wanted to save from my archieved website, I re-read them. Some of them made me laugh, others I was pleased to say I'd (finally) placed a tick beside, but ... the most important thing it did was to make me... Continue Reading →

#IWSG : Life events & writing

The Insecure Writers Support Group is a marvellous group set up by Alex Cavanagh. On the first Wednesday of every month, members post thoughts, fears or words of encouragement for fellow writers. The link above takes you to details about the group and how to join. You'll also find a list of bloggers signed up... Continue Reading →

#IWSG : Traditional or Indie?

The Insecure Writers Support Group is a marvellous group set up by Alex Cavanagh. On the first Wednesday of every month, members post thoughts, fears or words of encouragement for fellow writers.The link above takes you to details about the group and how to join. You'll also find a list of bloggers signed up to... Continue Reading →

Enchanted India

The idea for this story came from Fiction Can Be Fun's monthly's #FF prompt for May which was to select a book title from the Recent Books section of Project Gutenberg site as the title and prompt for your story. With a word limit of 500 words (ish) and a deadline which I missed -... Continue Reading →

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