FAIRYTALES WITH BITE
In Away Days, I link to my latest Chandler’s Ford Today post (more below), but also ask what magical beings would do and where would they go when they fancied a jolly outing. This post was particularly fun to write and I hope you like it.
THIS WORLD AND OTHERS
Aptly, as I have had technical issues tonight sharing my website posts on Facebook (Weebly are looking into it), tonight’s post is on Technical Issues. I focus on what these are for writers – spelling, grammar, presentation of work and so on – and give one or two tips. I like the technical side of writing. While the creative side, that imaginative spark that gets you going with a story or whatever, is obviously more fun, I love having a piece to work with that I know a good edit will improve. (I’ve yet to come across any work of mine that isn’t vastly improved by a darned good edit!).
ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN WRITERS – MORE THAN WRITERS
I write a post for ACW once a month now. For my fellow Christians who are part of this, my latest post (which appeared yesterday) is on The Joy of Hymns and I share some thoughts about my favourites and why I love them. It is generally down to the imagery the words create (much the same would go for poetry in general I should imagine).
CHANDLER’S FORD TODAY
My latest post is another in my Away Day series and looks at lovely Bath, once home to Jane Austen, one of my favourite writers. I focus on the Roman Baths here. Those Romans were amazing engineers. The connection with Chandler’s Ford? Chandler’s Ford has good train links and you can get to a wide range of destinations by rail in a day from the local station, hence my Away Days series.