Monthly Archives: March 2015

After a Creative Writing course.

I’ve just dug up this little report, written in 2013 as part of my final submission after the Guardian/University of East Anglia Certificate course on the Novel. I thought that rather than deleting it I would share it, since it may be of interest or use to others. My novel ‘Timed Out’ has been accepted […]

Ladies’ Lecture celebrating some brave women

It was an honour to attend the Annual Ladies Lecture and Lunch at the Glaziers Hall as a guest of the Master’s Lady, Suzanne Galloway, whom I’d met in another life as a fellow student in Oxford’s Continuing Education Department. The lecture, entitled ‘Tales from The Women’s Library at the London School of Economics’ was […]

EARLY ON A COLD ST VALENTINE’S DAY (A TRUE LOVE STORY)

Originally posted on thelittlesummerofthequince:
I was asked last month by Samantha Verant to write a short story for Valentine’s Day. Samantha published her book, Seven Letters From Paris last year. My story is a true one and you can find it here http://www.samanthaverant.com/2015/02/early-on-cold-st-valentines-day-true.html “The rose is a rose and was always a rose”