A Bus Drive Never Forgotten

We’ve all travelled on a coach or bus in our youth when we were young and carefree. For me I remember a train ride where four of us went on a day trip to Alderley Edge, in Cheshire. A area where the ‘Edge’ provides magnificent views as well as a few interesting caves along theContinue reading “A Bus Drive Never Forgotten”

Musings on a dark and stormy night

Originally posted on Welcome to Books and Blondes:
It’s funny because it’s true. Watching Hurricane Dorian plod slowly along up the Florida coast, I’m reminded of some of the difficult times which writers often face. ?It’s easy to get caught up in the hype of portrayals of “the life the writer,” and the pseudo-glamorous world…

Do Middle-Aged Woman Become Invisible? Guest interview Toni Kief — A Little Bit of Blake

These are two of my favourite writers! I couldn’t reisist reblogging this absolutely great interview. In  parts it made me laugh because Toni Kief is a great character, she often cheers me up with her posts, comments and writing. Julia Blake, is a very gifted writer and she has just started this new blog. PreviouslyContinue reading “Do Middle-Aged Woman Become Invisible? Guest interview Toni Kief — A Little Bit of Blake”

Coping with Father’s Day as a Single Parent

As time has gone on, Father’s Day has become easier. I lost my dad in September of 2010.  For a reason I can’t explain, I don’t want to put his face on Facebook as a memoriam with all the other ‘remembering my dad’ posts. However, I have talked about him on here, and in myContinue reading “Coping with Father’s Day as a Single Parent”