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Creating chaos


I’ve discovered a new love – crochet. It gives my brain space to think while my fingers stay busy. I can also drop it fairly instantly if small boy decides that moment is perfect for mischief. Now my living room is covered in yarn and bits of crochet along with paper and pen. A hobby … Continue reading

A Slight Dry Spell


Whoops. I seem to have lost 2 months down the back of the sofa. Getting back on the wagon and back to normal now. All I can say is that I have had plenty of material for writing from it all!

Romance Every Day


Romance has been on my mind a lot recently.  Not just thanks to Valentine’s Day but also due to several friends of mine wanting to rekindle the romance in their relationships.  Spring is coming and the renewed energies remind us about the energy we had in our relationships. In the discussions about how to rekindle … Continue reading

Expect the unexpected?


It’s been an interesting week Chez Moi and I thought I would just do a little recap for my own benefit really.  Several ‘firsts’ have happened both in writing and in ‘real’ life. Firstly, I submitted my work to a competition.  It’s not national or anything but there is a small possibility of publishing (if … Continue reading

Reading leads to writing


I love to read.  I know that’s probably not surprising.  I am a writer after all, where would I learn my craft if I don’t read.  I have always loved to read. I learned to read at a very young age.  My parents borrowed reading books from my older sisters’ school for me to read. … Continue reading

A little love


Romance is an interesting thing.  It’s different for everyone.  Sure, hearts and flowers is the most known about form of romance but the romance that gets to you is the personal stuff.  It’s the person who writes a little note for you to find at an unexpected because they know it will cheer you up.  It’s … Continue reading

Why I write


I know this is a fairly standard post for most writers. I think that there are as many reasons for writing as there are writers. Whether it’s for the hoped for prestige or because we go slightly nuts if we don’t write, I think why we write is as important as what we write. Let … Continue reading