Huge thank you to the wonderful Carol over at Vision & Verse for the lovely interview. She is extremely friendly & great promoter of all things Art & Author based. Please pop & say hello and show your support for the hard work she puts in.
We are proud to announce that we are going to be holding our World Book Night event at the Angles Theatre in Wisbech.
It is going to be a wonderful event where Simon Crow & myself will be selling signed copies of our latest books & there will be a raffle to win a hamper which includes all of our books & a Custard Tarts & Broken Hearts book.
We very much look forward to seeing you there 🙂
The article is now out in the ‘Your Local Paper’ King’s Lynn, of the U3A Bookfest that I was a guest speaker at on the 27th March. It was such a wonderful day and everyone was incredibly friendly.
I was lucky enough to speak along side two very inspiring authors T M Payne and Elly Griffiths. They are both wonderful ladies who, like me, love what they do.
It is always interesting to hear how other people became authors. I don’t say writers purely because I feel the majority who have had our work published, were born writers; it was what we were meant to do.
The overwhelming urge to write and storytell everywhere we go is overwhelming and as we work in ‘normal’ jobs, something always seems amiss. Then one day we get the aha moment and we become the person we were meant to be.
Don’t get me wrong, this does not mean I don’t regularly doubt what I have chosen to do. It just means that when I commit to writing, I feel content. Scared, yet content.
Thank you to the U3A for inviting me, I had the most wonderful day.
If you would like to check out T M Payne & Elly Giffiths’ work here are the links.