‘Paris,’ I said immediately when John asked where I’d like to spend our honeymoon. ‘I’ve always wanted to go to Paris.’
Plot twists occur in movies and novels when there is an unexpected turn of events. They are a tool used by most writers of narrative works. I think they may also happen in life.
Proof copies of Elopement: a Memoir rolled off the press yesterday.I am delighted.
Book cover reveal – such exciting words for a writer! At last here is the cover of my new book, Elopement: a Memoir.
Adulting is a word I’ve recently discovered. Words are really important to a writer. Apparently this one has been around for a couple of years.
Elopement: A Memoir is the title of the new book I’ve written. It’s about falling in love and marrying in later life. After six years writing, it will be released in October.
Shades of grey have taken on a new meaning for me.
My new book, ‘Elopement: a memoir’, is closer to becoming a reality.
Orchids are not exactly my favourite flowers. They do fascinate me. For years I’ve tried to grow cymbidium orchids. Some years they bloom with festive joy. Other years they sulk. This has been a sulking year. My orchid plants have been neglected while I’ve been writing, rewriting, worrying. Not one bud has emerged.
Kick start your your writing, a session I facilitated last week at the Peter Cowan Writers Centre came about by accident. It grew from a conversation over coffee with the Acting President, Susan Stevens. I mentioned that there was information that I would have loved when I started writing. Kick start your writing was the result.