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Staying the Course

Part of maintaining vitality in writing is about learning how to stay on course. Personally I’ve found this difficult. After years of scribbling ideas for novels down, writing short stories, poems, and journals, I finally committed to a particular character … Continue reading

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Back to Bedgebury

In the early eighties I attended a Victorian Gothic boarding school in Hawkhurst, Kent – Bedgebury Lower School for Girls, of which Anne Wheelhouse was the headmistress for 27 years.  I experienced a huge learning curve in that brief two … Continue reading

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