Monthly Archives: February 2016

Until we meet again

Apparently my manuscript is lying dormant for winter. It has found a nice dark cave to hibernate in, has curled up, and gone to sleep. It’s done this before. I’m learning not to panic. It will call to me again, … Continue reading

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Longleat – a poem

Longleat If walls could talk The stories they would tell Of rising, falling, Burning and soaring The walls hold scars Of battles fought and tempers lost Pursuing perfection Whatever the cost What hands brought them to life? Who pulled the … Continue reading

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On Writing

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