Thank you Sandra for inviting me to write about my ‘favourite of all time’ novel on your Blog and sharing why I so enjoy re-reading ‘Emma.’ I had such fun linking up with Jane Austin’s delightfully drawn heroine and the
I’ve been thinking about when I first felt the need to write. I remember feeling overwhelmed, not knowing how and where to start. I read dozens of ‘how to be a successful writer’ books – full of advice on planning,
I’m a bit poorly today and it’s a very s****y day! What do you humans say when it rains a lot? Oh yes! ‘It’s raining cats and dogs.’ Well.. I don’t know about the dog bit but it would make
Wed 22/01/2020 10:00-12:00 Marla Skidmore, Write-in. Ever fancied finishing a story? Join us for a fun day and find out., Northallerton Library, 1 Thirsk Road, Northallerton DL6 1PT
The decorations are stored away in the loft for another year, the cards are being recycled and the tree has been turned into chippings for the flower beds. Christmas 2019 is done. What is in store for 2020? I’m not
It was such a great pleasure spending the morning in the in the Community Library of the lovely Georgian market town of Bedale, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales on Wednesday 27th November. Added to which I was in
My mum wrote a great story – ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King’ mybook.to/TheRiseofaKing is a really good read – it won awards and got amazing reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. Here’s a swift summary – Betrayed!
Checking through my research notes and photos for my current writing project – ‘Renegade’ – the sequel to my novel ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King,’ #amwriting #histfic I came across these photos of Ravensworth Castle and
I re-discovered this image of me recently. It stirs happy memories for me of the time I spent researching for my novel ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King,’ at the Tower and St George’s Chapel Windsor.