I’m delighted you’ve chosen to look in
and connect with me and my work, and to glance at my work-in-progress.
love writing. I’ve always written. At age six I composed poetry and
later submitted for the school magazine. I once wrote a pantomime for a
dance company. I contributed a terrible sketch for a revue, devised a
stage adaptation of the lives of Gilbert & Sullivan through their
music and edited a musical society newsletter. I wrote a column in an
antique magazine about funny things that happened on the way to the
antique fair, and another about the antique markets of London. I
reviewed art exhibitions and edited a motor magazine. Stuff like that.
I’ve only become purposeful about my writing recently. I’m now
writing travel articles and memoirs, plus fiction novels - a serious
challenge but one from which I'm deriving a great deal of pleasure.
Learning "the trade" is an amazing journey, during which I’ve met some
wonderful fellow travellers. I’m a bit of a doer and a goer and I take
my notebook with me, so I write a great deal of what I see and smell
and taste and experience. I’m not a great talker, but I’m a great
Which leads me to my photography - well, pictures are memories to be
shared. I have extensive galleries of pix in which you may or may
not be interested, but I love them and I keep them here on my site so I
won’t lose them. You’re welcome to browse, even purchase if you wish.
I’ve been told they frame up well!
I enjoy comments and discussion.
on a Harley. Go girl.
of Max and the Gang of Five with my illustrator, granddaughter Lucy.
Damn. Somebody else thought of it first.