Treasure those around you

It speaks volumes about the persona of a young 23 year old man when 100’s who knew him, are sadly struck by the loss of the tragic and sudden end to a wonderful life.All those from the youngest to those over 80 years old all knew Lewis for his friendly manner, banter, happy spirit, wonderfulContinue reading “Treasure those around you”

Inspiring book – Higher Call

Have you ever read a book that has inspired you in some way? A book – a story that you will never forget?I read a book called A Higher Call. It’s an incredible true story about human decency and honour between ‘enemies’ Franz Stigler and Charlie Brown. A story that would never have been toldContinue reading “Inspiring book – Higher Call”

Interview With An Author – Kim Rylee

I am thrilled to say that the wonderful Kim Rylee (https://kimryleewriter.wixsite.com/author-blog) has set time from her busy schedule to answer my questions about writing, publishing, advice, fairy garden and other hobbies.I have met Kim a few times now – and although it wasn’t writing that brought us together, it was Kim who encouraged me toContinue reading “Interview With An Author – Kim Rylee”

Catchup Time

Good day to you all. I hope you are all safe and well. As a healthcare worker, I have been very preoccupied during this Covid 19 virus time. It’s a very serious time. For those of you who have spare time at the moment, try to use it for as much positive things as youContinue reading “Catchup Time”

Interviewing Authors

I am currently compiling a list of questions to interview the wonderful German author of the Fated Shadow series, Kim Rylee who has kindly agreed to be interviewed and will take time out of her busy schedule to answer them. It’s very interesting to compile the questions because it triggers me to think of theContinue reading “Interviewing Authors”

Writing tips – creative exercise

The last couple of exercises that I did for myself, were the description of the approach to a house in both sinister and a nice approach and then the entering of the house. I found once again, some pictures of the inside of a house that really appealed to me. The sinister description wasn’t soContinue reading “Writing tips – creative exercise”

Writing tips – writing exercise

Jeff Goins and many others seem to suggest writing regularly – preferably every day. A busy schedule means that daily writing isn’t always possible. In order to keep to regular writing – I have devised a little exercise for myself. I wanted to start a story with an approach to a house. In order toContinue reading “Writing tips – writing exercise”