I am struggling at the moment with nature taking over my garden. I am not a perfectionist when it comes to plants, but sometimes there is a limit as to how much control wild plants can be allowed to spread. This is especially difficult to explain when some of the wild flowers are stunning. These … Continue reading Nature ruling my garden.
Response to a 28 day blog challenge. Having made a mess of keeping up on a regular basis, I am going to attempt a brief response to the 28 prompts posted. Day 1 Earliest memory of writing. Making tiny books for my dolls. Day 2. Classes and workshops. I’ve attended a variety of events over … Continue reading 28 day blog challenge in one go
This year to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West a group of 14 artists got together and held an exhibition to add to the attraction of an open garden and a chance to peek into a grand Victorian house. My paperback had just come out the week before, so I was able to sell … Continue reading Art and Book Genres
Most days I struggle to figure out what to do. Not so much what should I do, but more accurately, which of the myriad of choices will win the lottery of tasks to be tackled. With this tempting array it is hard to choose. Start building my new fund raising community? Write something new, a … Continue reading Paralysed by indecision.
Caro Ayre, Writer I was trying to remember when the desire to write books began and was struck by the memory of trying to make my writing small enough to fit into the one inch high books I made for my dolls. My handwriting was illegible, space required short words which was good because I … Continue reading Getting started.