Something about being away in the blissful isolation of the countryside sparks my creativity. Maybe it's the views, less pressure, more time? or maybe just habit. Whatever it is I'm glad, here's my meandering scribblings from the past few days. Sunday 16th May I’m sitting in the dining room eating crunch creams and enjoying a … Continue reading Journaling From Wales
Yesterday and this morning I have been focusing on giving readings for my Thursday writing group. It's become an online group since Covid-19. Technically i suppose there's no point keeping to one day, however I shall be continue to give my feedback on a thursday. I do well with routine and deadlines. I'm not sure … Continue reading Does Drawing Count As Writing?
I am once again on antibiotics for a chest infection and steroids for my asthma. This is my morning lot of medication. However, I have been able to work a fair bit on my novel. I've made a little rewards chart for wordcount goal I reach. For the first 2100 words, I get a little … Continue reading Writing Through The Asthma
I've been inspired by the, quite frankly , Inspirational Dolomites. I spent a week in exuberant luxury,walking about the mountains and lounging in the hotel spa. Tea and cake served each day at three, then a five-course meal at quarter past seven. fifteen minutes after the spa closes. I cannot forget the Aperitifs, my favourite was … Continue reading Inspiration From The Mountains
I've had a lovely, if utterly exhausting trip to see my husbands family in Wales. it's the biggest, most anxiety provoking thing I have attempted in over two years. I survived it. I also learned that a lot of family in Wales read my blog. Hi Guys. I will probably natter on about it a bit … Continue reading I’m back!