Monthly Archives: December 2014

10 Ways For A Writer To Survive Christmas (Updated Dec 2018)

The Big Day is fast approaching and I’ve come up with a ‘survival guide’ for those of you, who, like me, find the whole Christmas festivities An Ordeal. (Bah Humbug and all that). It’s not that I don’t enjoy the … Continue reading

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It’s A Wrap!

Is it just me, or is it incredibly hard to get any writing, of any kind, done at this time of year?! I’ve been trying to write this blog post for about a week. It’s not just lack of time: … Continue reading

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What I Nearly Did..

At the weekend, I nearly saw Michael Buble. I was in Birmingham to see the stage production of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ (very good and recommended – and it’s on tour from London). Before the play, we indulged in a … Continue reading

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