Tag Archives: The Writer’s Life

The things I do for work

I’m not adventurous when it comes to food. There are two types of food I usually despise: vegetables and seafood. Having said that, I should mention I do try things when traveling, but it’s rare for me to say, “Oh, … Continue reading

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I think 2020 hates me

When I promised to share my triumphs and failures during the course of 2020, I had hoped I’d have more good shiz than setbacks to report, but so far, this year has my number. Okay, I’m going to dive in. … Continue reading

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Coming Clean about Hull

Last year, I visited Hull, Massachusetts, and I posted a blog post on my author’s site, but I didn’t divulge the secret reason I went. I mean, I did go because I needed time away to work, which I did. … Continue reading

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The Garden of the Living

In my last blog post, I mentioned posting photos from the Cotswolds trip I went on with Clare Lydon and Harper Bliss. I do plan to share them but closer to the publication of my Cotswolds novel, which is being … Continue reading

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A quiet place for exploring and contemplation

Back in 2011, when I moved to Earl’s Court in London, I used to walk through Brompton Cemetery every day with my dog, Miles. I appreciated it since it was a peaceful refuge in my neighborhood. Miles enjoyed not having … Continue reading

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