I’ve been really busy during the ‘lockdown’ period. OK, I confess mostly I’ve been busy
It’s my birthday this week, and I’m celebrating by making my garden themed short story collection, Through The Garden Gate, free for a few days.
I really hope you like it – and if you do that you’ll leave a short review on Amazon and/or tell others about it.
A friend has set up a new Facebook group offering free cheery reads to help distract ourselves from virus related worries. I’ve contributed a daft little piece to help get things started.
You can join here.
My story, Time To Be Thankful, is in the current issue of The Weekly News.
This publication can be hard to find. It looks like a newspaper, and is technically classified as one, but newsagents don’t tend to
Three of my stories have been published this week – in three different countries! Allers, a scandanavian publication have reprinted The Mystery Postcard, which appeared in their sister publication Allas some time ago.
A Lucky Find is in the 7th February issue of Ireland’s Own. That story had a complicated route to publication, having been accepted years ago and getting overlooked, then
I’ve been interviewed over at Pent to Print. You can read it here.
Two bits of news today.
My story The Perfect Bakewell is in the current issue of The People’s Friend. You’ll not be astounded to learn it’s about making the perfect Bakewell tart. I do
I’m looking forward to presenting a workshop for Fosseway Writers in February.
My first publications of the year are in the current issue of Writing Magazine (which, because magazine publication is weird
I hope you enjoyed Christmas – or maybe you’re still celebrating? We had family guests for several days prior to Christmas and on the day itself, but they’ve all gone now, along with my excuses not to get on with some writing!
As I’m going to