Monthly Archives: July 2016

Plotter or Pantsman

Reading the article is The Writer Magazine, some of which was reproduced in the ALLI blogĀ on whether as a writer I am a Plotter or a Pantsman, I have to admit to being a Pantsman. I have a vague idea … Continue reading

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Centenary of the Somme

No day in British history can be as dreadul as the first day of the Somme. I cannot imagine the fear and the horror of it. Last night’s service at Westminster Abbey was memorable for the words of Jocylyn Buxton, … Continue reading

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