Tag Archives: Inspiration

TOUCHSTONE TUESDAY: The Shepherd’s Crook

Welcome again to ‘Touchstone Tuesday’. When I started writing this series, I thought it was a useful way of focusing on task: to blog consistently. All advice manuals tell you that regularity is the key. Yet in sitting down and … Continue reading

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Delivering the Dragon

Yesterday was one of those red letter days. I delivered a dragon. This might need some explanation! Five years ago my last young adult novel ‘The Hunt of the Unicorn‘ was published – the tale of Alice-Elayne, a 21st century … Continue reading

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FIRE! New Novel published in UK today!

LONDON 1666… AND THE DEVIL MUST HAVE HIS DUE Hallo all! So sorry I’ve been missing so long. Shakespeare has sucked away all my time for so many weeks. But now I can announce that my new novel FIRE has … Continue reading

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Shakespeare 400: My month of living Shakespeareanly

It’s nearly here. April 23rd will be the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death.   And that day is one in my month of living Shakespeareanly. (OK, I know its not a word. But he made up so many, aren’t … Continue reading

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They moved her bones: Thoughts on revisiting Anne Boleyn in the chapel of St Peter ad Vincula.

Now I would never claim to be a poet. I haven’t done the training and I apologise to all my poet friends who have, for simply putting stuff out there sometimes. But once in a while a work requires the … Continue reading

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