Archive for "Feb 2018"


Happy Chinese New Year to everyone – and let’s hope that the Year of the Dog is lucky for all of us. Check out your horoscope and see what you are. (I’m a Wood Horse). Create a mind-map or collage for Chinese New Year. Use it to create a story for next year. (Remember to […]

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Evesham Festival of Words Writing Prompt Meeting – Brew Bear Cafe – Monday 12th March

If you’re anywhere near Evesham, come and join us. Bring a short piece of writing to share with the group. We meet at 2.00 for one hour. The prompt for this meeting is: ‘The scariest moment is always before you start.’ Don’t worry about going off at a tangent or if the finished piece is […]

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Evesham Festival of Words – Meet Up for Local Writers, Readers, Artists, Song Writers…

The next meeting will be on Wednesday 7th March at Jellypicklejam in Vine Mews.  The meeting is for anyone who is interested in anything creative – and we also welcome readers. (Every writer needs readers!) We start at 10.30 and stay until about midday. The aim is to give people a chance to network, discuss ideas and […]

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Meet the Authors – Evesham Festival of Words Event – Friday 9th March

The next session will be on Friday 9th March  at Evesham Library beginning at 11.00 a.m. The visiting authors will be Tracey Bryant, Ellie Stevenson and Jann Tracy. The idea of these sessions is that people have a chance to meet some of the writers involved, buy their books and ask questions. We are especially keen […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone. Begin with this prompt: ‘A pink and gold morning sky above frosted rooftops…’ Create a romantic story ready to publish next year.    

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Apple Orchard, Lemon Grove

Really happy that my latest novel ‘Apple Orchard, Lemon Grove’  (published in December by Endeavour Press) is now available as a paperback and also on Kindle. The book began life as a competition entry in 2015. The competition was organised by W H Smith, Kobo and Mills & Boon and entrants were asked to submit […]

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