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“Brexit is so…”

“Tragic.” “Sexy.”

Sexy! Really?! The date wasn’t going well and then he made that comment. Normally, if someone says something just downright weird, I let it go because I honestly don’t need to go down that rabbit hole with them. But Brexit…sexy? I couldn’t help myself.

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“When I come back, I want you gone.”

She stared at him, dead in his eyes. Rae could see that Toby wanted to say something but she also knew how and when to intimidate him. She was using her power to full effect right now. She saw his body shrink, without even moving, he seemed smaller.

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Doing That Thing Again – NaNo 2018


I’ve decided that I’m doing this again, eek! Continue reading



Salvador Dali: The Persistence Of Memory

It felt like time was standing still. All eyes were on her and she hated being the centre of attention. Continue reading

NaNoWriMo – The End But The Beginning

20171028_083000.jpgI headed into my final week knowing that even though it felt like an insurmountable challenge, this was still possible. I’d have to find the time, energy and creativity to write 2000 words a day. As you can see from my last post, I wasn’t full of positivity but something, somewhere along the way clicked. Continue reading

NaNoWriMo Week Three: I Think I Hate You

20171028_083000.jpgAfter my little bit of globetrotting last week, it doesn’t surprise me that this week has been what I would term an unmitigated failure. Putting it mildly. Continue reading

NaNoWriMo Week Two: Writing From The Beach



I was not prepared to take my current writing burst on the road but my lovely husband decided to surprise me with a holiday. I know, crazy right!

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NaNoWriMo Week One


I’m possibly being a little previous writing this on day 6 but I’ll be busy on the last day of my first week trying to keep ahead of my word count. Which 6 days in is…drum roll please! Continue reading

NaNoWriMo 2017


If you follow a writing blog or two, you will probably see that a lot of writers around the world are gearing up for the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) which takes place every November. I first heard of it a good few years ago but wasn’t consistently writing at the time so it didn’t seem feasible or reasonable to participate.

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