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A rhyming dictionary - fussy, hussy, pussy. 

I bloody love Waterstones, there’s hundreds of bloody books, the employees are always bloody lovely and the books are too bloody expensive. But alas I was given two gift cards for Christmas so I can finally shop in there, one was browsing in the stationary section when a book caught one’s eye “creative writing for dummies,” I want to be a creative writer! 109 more words


Booking Error Sees Parish Pilrimage Tour Lisburn For A Week Instead Of Lisbon

A first pilgrimage to Fatima, north of Lisbon in Portugal, for St Gerard’s Parish in Gortin has been described as an ‘unsuccessful venture’ by parishioners after a rushed booking saw the 50-strong group land in a 2-star hotel in Lisburn for a full week. 260 more words


Judge a book by its cover...

‘If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use reading it at all’. Oscar Wilde said this, or something very like it. 567 more words


Snatched in Carlisle...

No, this isn’t some nasty news item from the north-west of England, or even the title of a kidnapping drama on tv (although… watch this space on that one!)  Thursday evening saw me pottering over to Carlisle on the train, first to meet writing friend Lucy Cameron for a meal and mooch round, and then to attend Graham Smith’s book launch/party/general knees-up for his debut novel, ‘Snatched From Home’.  207 more words


Milkyway Hitchhiking

I was on one of my regular trips to Waterstone’s (because I’m a complete and utter book addict) when I spotted a rather different looking cover among all the brightly coloured mangas. 261 more words

Anime House Review

My second book's manuscript is now with the publisher

This blog was started to give me a space me to write things around my first published book. This was It’s a hill, get over it… 273 more words


New Influences Book Launch - Waterstones Cambridge

A few months ago I wrote a series of blog posts about an incredible project I was working on in collaboration with Romsey Mill, Cambridge art salon and Phoebe Davies for the women of the world festival. 269 more words

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