We may be heading towards winter but the writing scene is livening up at last with events of all kinds springing up – some still online but others face to face, ITRW, or as some would put it, 3D! This afternoon I’ll be talking live to my first WI Group in quite some time about … Continue reading News – there is some! @Glenside_museum @stroudstories @HULitFest and more
St Andrews is a small place that for any of its ex students holds a hoard of memories, all of them inextricably linked to the time as well as the place. I remember going back a few years after my graduation and feeling mostly a sense of loss. People I knew had left, their places … Continue reading St Andrews, its place in time
Having detached myself from the writing process and even the writing world for a month or two, I had no hesitation in dipping my toe back in the waters by helping at Hawkesbury Upton Litfest, organised by the Indefatigable (that’s a Homeric epithet by the way) Debbie Young in the Fox Inn. And I wasn’t in the least … Continue reading Local Litfest: it can be done!
If you’re thinking that in view of the weather and general gloom you might never leave the house again unless you really have to, take heart, because soon it will be National Libraries Day and there’s probably something interesting going on right on your doorstep. For instance (yes, you knew that was coming!) on NLD itself, which … Continue reading I’ll be busy in February – National Libraries Day and more!