Monthly Archives: May 2012

The power of the pond

Lucy , my first paying customer, was fan-bloody-tastic. Initially I’d been apprehensive, mainly about practical issues like food. She told me very early on that she’s wheat, dairy and sugar intolerant. Once I’d got my head round it, it was … Continue reading

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The Welsh border and what puts the creativity into Creative Writing?

One of the interesting things about HTV continuity, apart from keeping my vast shoulder pads in place and learning how to look and sound calm at all times, was the fact that the Welsh and English studios were next to … Continue reading

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Bringing your Family History to Life.

The April course we ran was really successful. It was sold out and everyone seemed to have an enjoyable and useful time. Except for one poor lady who brought along her teenage grandson. See my blog for how her day … Continue reading

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Sprouted seeds and Spelt Bread

If things had gone according to plan, I’d now be sitting with my first Retreat guest, discussing her writing (interesting and painful) and how she might develop it further. I’d then have left her to her work and tottered back … Continue reading

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