Livres et Lockdown

Yep ... as well as lurching from day to day without actually knowing what day it is, I’ve spent the last six weeks brushing up on my French.

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Self-Isolate & Write!

If everyone has a book in them, but all most of us need is time to write it, then maybe self-isolation and hanging out at home has a sliver-lining, after all. Life as an editor is suddenly quite quiet as we all hunker down close to home, try to stay safe, and have to watch our pennies. But if you have some free time (amidst caring duties, home-schooling, scouring empty grocery shelves…) and would like to try your hand at creative writing, I’d like to help you. I can’t, sadly, offer free online courses – bills, bills, bills – but I can offer them at 50% if you start during March or April. If you need to pay in instalments, no problem; if you can barter (not sure what but…) I’m open to offers, too! These are the most popular 6 or 10 week options, but ask me if you’d like...
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New On The Bookshelf

From young adult fantasy to historical non-fiction; from novels to novelettes, editing work is never the same. Here, I’m celebrating the talent and tenacity of several authors whose stories have very recently become ‘real’ books.

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David

I’ve just said goodbye to my little brother, David. It still feels surreal – I expect it always will because I just assumed he would always be there.

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Bhola's Children: From Strength to Strength

I've read a lot of reflective blog posts this month: people looking back over  the year and the decade with it. I'll certainly take personal stock - at some point soon - but I figured it would be far more interesting to hear from Bhola's Children. 

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