Monthly Archives: March 2014

Museums and art galleries, more great resources for writers

Writers are constantly on the look out for the next idea for a book or scene/character in a book they are writing. I have written many posts in this blog and my sister writing blog, http://www.thrillingwriting.wordpress.com about where writers can get their inspiration … Continue reading

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Take every opportunity

A writing acquaintance of mine who I meet up with at the Writers’ Summer School, Swanwick in August each year is a wonderful lady. A writer, journalist, and all round good egg, she has written over 50 books and is … Continue reading

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Scenes from a London coffee shop

I have moved on from breakfast and now sit a couple of blocks away in a poorly chosen café at south Kensington tube station.  I study with disgust the reheated scone and a piece of plastic shortcake on my plate that … Continue reading

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