I hit my workshop this morning and was about to sit down when I realised I could hear the sheep. At first I thought they were the ones in the next field but they sounded awful close. I closed the lid of my laptop and tried to pry my mind from the latest book - it's getting… Continue reading Who said the countryside was quiet?
I have one story. I love it. It's a horror steeped in Norse mythology and it is creepy and a little disturbing. But it is so unlike anything else I have written that it stands alone. It can't be included in a short story collection because there are no others like it. So instead I… Continue reading That one story…
And I have a story in there. 'Crimson and Scarlet' is a horror story that I have also illustrated, so if you have a spare minute go and give it a read, as well as the other stories, of course. :-)Jotters United Literary E-zine - Issue 5
There are four in my Etsy shop of 'The Phantom Horse'.
I have been working on a picture book - When the Moon Lost the Stars - and I've finally completed one of the illustrations. Let me introduce Moon -
I have been missing lately and it is all down to Santa. You see, I am one of the committee that runs Tregaron Christmas Fair and this year it was an intense couple of days. This year was different though. Normally I would have a soft toy stall, but with the business closing I decided… Continue reading Santa’s Story
Exhale I'd been a Conservation Warden before going to Wales, but one wet autumn day I had damaged myself. It had been raining and we were getting ready for people to arrive at the fete that the center was putting together. Now there were two of us wardens, both girls. It shouldn't have made a… Continue reading Exhale
I was at a workshop the other day and reading out my work. Okay, I must admit I was thoroughly enjoying myself. True it was a bit rough in places being the first draft but the criticism I found odd. I did make sure everyone knew it was a first draft but they did criticize… Continue reading Should you love what you write?
This is the first of a challenge I am taking part in. Each day I am given a prompt and must write a logline on this prompt. Today's is 'shell'. Find out more here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/loglinechallenge/ Shell A man is walking down the road that is the red-light district in Paris. Along the road is… Continue reading Logline 1 – Shell