Monthly Archives: January 2013
I was featured in the Lincolnshire Echo last week. They were interested in a football report I’d uncovered in Lincoln Library about Nettie Honeyball and the British Ladies. As you’ll know if you’ve read my blog before (or my Girls FC books or Here Come the Girls), I have a bit of a soft sport […]
Just a reminder that there are still some ‘blockbusters’ left in town!
The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea is the wealthiest area of London. Drayton Gardens, where I go to attend Society of Authors’ meetings, is situated here*, on what is officially the 7th most expensive street in England. The walk from South Kensington tube, along Old Brompton Road to Drayton Gardens, is an eye-opener, especially […]
Winterpoem (for Elizabeth) by Adrian Henri See the conquering hero winter comes Frost on the palmhouse windows mist covering the flowerbeds Swans somehow not frozen in their lakes Taking our walk instead in the city Out of the warm Neat O’Cedar floor you just polished […]
Yikes! What’s going on? So many schools are contacting me asking about author visits. Maybe it’s everyone’s New Year’s Resolution to have one. I’m not complaining, mind you; the more the merrier. My first visit is this Friday to Ysgol Esgob Morgan Primary. Ysgol Esgob Morgan is the school where I’m patron of reading so […]