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Threads – spinning the web of time

Almost exactly a year ago I went into a shop called Quilters Corner, opposite the library in Evesham, Worcestershire. It was a wet Saturday in March 2018. I was attracted by a beautiful quilt hanging in the window. It was log cabin pattern, using a variety of dark green, rust and cream fabrics. As a […]

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Meet the Authors – Evesham Festival of Words – Next event Friday 10th May 2019

The next session will be on Friday 10th May 2o19 starting at 11.00 a.m. The visiting authors are: Sharon Larkin Sue Johnson Bob Woodroofe Colin Pitts 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 to help […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day – Story Prompts

It’s a good day to begin a story – try one of the following: Karen didn’t know who had left her the red rose. The evening didn’t go as expected. Sophie’s luck changed when she got on the wrong bus. Ben got the Valentine cards mixed up. Arabella came up with the idea of creating […]

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The Girl With Amber Eyes

I am still having great fun with my ‘Year of Living Dangerously.’ I have a list of projects I want to write and publish by 10th September this year. After that I will review what has happened. If I am still having as much fun as I am now, then I will continue. If not, […]

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Apple Orchard, Lemon Grove

I’m very happy to have my full rights back for this novel. It is now available on Amazon – and via the ‘hot buttons’ on this website – as a paperback or on Kindle. The novel features an English girl and a moody Italian chef who get together over an inheritance… It is available for […]

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Evesham Festival of Words – Meet Up for Local Writers, Readers, Artists, Song Writers – First Wednesday of the month

  The next meeting will be on Wednesday 1st May 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 […]

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