Here are some ideas for writing your novel when imposter syndrome bites down hard.
A birthday project Marking a birthday in COVID times is not easy. Marking a big birthday is even trickier. For my 30th I had a 'Festival of Sandy’ - there was a weekend away at the beach with multiple ‘events’ - food, swimming and generally hanging out with folk I loved. That was 10 years… Continue reading Oh Pigeon
One of my sadnesses early on in lockdown was feeling like the work of my novel was being washed away by our new reality.
The second pop-up for the Emerald Bookshelf kicked off on Saturday at the Gala Opening of My Mother is an Artist at Bridgend Farmhouse. It as a lovely afternoon of book and chat - sharing the inspiration and sometimes frustrations of being a mother and an artist.
Opening afternoon - 19th January - a kid friendly event kicking off at 2pm, with readings and artists talks.
The Emerald Bookshelf – guest curated by Ailie Walace, showcasing The Rooftop Writers Anthology, Suzanne Egerton, Max Scratchman, Carol Allan, Ailie Wallace, Waymaking – a new anthology of Women's adventure writing and more.
some surprises, re-rememberings and new ways of looking forwards.
From that first moment of intuitive inspiration an artist hopes to build something.
The Chicken Soup Murder by Maria Donovan My rating: 5 of 5 stars The first thing to say about this book is that it is a page turner. I read it in about three sittings over three days. I got captivated early on, not just by the mystery, but also the characters. Maria Donovan brings… Continue reading Goodreads reviews – November