Monthly Archives: September 2015

First Review for The Digger’s Daughter

At last someone has given me a review for my second book, and best of all I don’t know who it is. Reviews are vital and I find it is like getting blood out of a stone. People are happy … Continue reading

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The Power of the Internet

I have received a new book (or rather second-hand book) in the post on the history of Grimsby, and first impressions are that is so much better than the one I read previously. More maps, more detail and better research. … Continue reading

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My notebook has been found, thanks to my husband. It had been well and truly hidden by me. For this book I am writing about my home town, Grimsby, which one would think would be easier, rather than writing about … Continue reading

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Real life gets in the way

It’s been a bad week or two for writing, all I have managed is a couple of paragraphs. Real life has got in the way, plus I have lost my research notebook. I moved it when the grandchildren were about … Continue reading

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Treading Water

Have you ever had a break from writing and then struggle to get back into it? That’s what I am feeling this week. This summer I have been busy with grandchildren but now I have no excuse. I have been … Continue reading

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