The new cover of my latest e-publication. Don’t you just love it? I know I do, and it’s exactly how I wanted it to be.
A collection of 9 stories set in my favourite made up village in mid-Norfolk.
So far, it’s available on Amazon.com and soon will be on the .uk one as well. Here…
Nine stories in all, ending with The Wedding… It’s taken a while, so at last I can get on with something else now. Like the serial for People’s Friend magazine, and a story for the Alfie dog competiton.
Coming next week, interview with Glynis Scrivens and all about her latest book, which I need to get. Edit is a four letter word.
If you’re a follower of my stories set in the fictional village of Redington, in the middle of North Norfolk, then tune in to Creative Frontiers all this week to read the serial,
Betty’s big Meringue
It’s all about the build up to the wedding, and whether they will actually get to tie the knot.
To warn you, it’s a long one, and comes in lots of parts.
Hope you enjoy the story if you read it.
Please log in to Creative Frontiers and leave a comment. Also, editor Martin West is
always on the lookout for stories and articles for the site. Details are on there.
Now I’m off to find the biggest hat I can, and a blue flowery dress and some high heels.
They’re quite a flamboyant lot over there, so don’t want to look like an old frump for Betty.
On Monday 24th November, my latest Redington story will appear on Creative Frontiers.
The story for this month is called, Treacle Toffee & Poisoned Coffee. A time slip story, and hope you
enjoy it if you tune in every day to see what happens. It is Sebastian and Claire’s story, and it begins
when they go to the winter fair that turns up in Redington.
Following on from my last post, Keith Lindsay has the answers to some of your questions as well….
Now for the December giggle blog, this is a funny one. It was so funny to me, I was in our front window wishing
I had some of those protective pants. those you wear when you get to a cetain age, because I laughed so much it
was a time for crossing legs. And why didn’t I take a picture? Because I might have had my camera chucked over the
hedge, maybe………. that’s at the beginning of December, and involves a rottweiler dog, a big fat hippo sized one.
I came on the longlist of the Alfie dog competition, and good luck to all on the shortlist. Sadly I didn’t make it to that one.
Now to round up my story, and get it finished in time for Monday…………………………………….. and it now has a dog following Lynne Hackles advice on Creative Frontiers.
My latest story in the Redington collection is published this week on Creative Frontiers.
Hope you enjoy the story if you read it, and thanks to my writing buddies for their help as well.
The accumulator competition is ending at the end of this month, so be quick and good luck if you’re having a go. Scroll down
the page, and follow instructions for part 3 of the Riggins story.
Speaking of competitions, the Alfie dog short story one is closing soon as well, with a fab prize, so good luck if you’re
trying that one as well.
Happy Equinox, now excuse me, hot cakes are out of the oven, and a cup of tea waiting as well.
Watch out for the ghost of the windmill…