Just fancied a little tune for a friday afternoon.
This is part of a 3 word challenge that I like to do, it warms me up so I can get on with my writing of Book 3 (I will give it a title soon). Occasionally I do one that I like, those are the ones I will share with you. Would you like to […]
Originally posted on Notes from the U.K.:
People involved in British politics swear that politicians get elected (and unelected) mostly over potholes and garbage pickup, although it isn’t called garbage in Britain it’s called, um, something else. Not trash. And not dust, although the thing you put it in a dustbin, or a bin…
Such a beautiful thought.
Today I realised how true this is. I’m back at work after a week relaxing in the sunshine I’m back at work after a week relaxing in the sunshine, eating, drinking and fussing over three lovely cats. Then I had to hit the ground running at full tilt into seven day weeks and editing book […]
Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
We start off today’s 20 questions with a message from Stephanie: Hello, I’m Steph otherwise known as SC Richmond, it’s a pleasure to be here to share a little of my writing life and experience in the process. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Don for his…
4.5/5.0 Great read. In The Night Room by Peter Straub. A warning to all writers out there, be careful what you write or this may happen to you. I love Peter Straub and for some unknown reason until recently had never heard about this book, I’m glad I found it. It starts out as a […]
A lovely review from piratepatty. https://piratepatty.wordpress.com/2017/06/24/the-community-by-s-c-richmond/
The sun dapples the ground as it makes its way across the morning sky. Nature chatters away noisily. Birds, cats, dogs and numerous unseen creatures all starting their day. The trees have their own language that rises above the creatures as the wind caresses their leaves and sends out a roar of voices. The sheer […]