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‘The past is never dead.’ Inherited trauma in real-life and in my writing

“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” William Faulkner, from Requiem for a Nun Is it possible for behaviours to pass from one generation to another? We all know about genetic inheritance and the chromosomal DNA that is received from our parents; that we may inherit our mother’s aquiline nose, our father’s curly […]

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Friday Fictioneers ✮ Flash Fiction 100 words ✮ Watching the Waves Reclaim You

Photo credit © Fatima Fakier Deria Watching the Waves Reclaim You We planned it down to the last detail, you and I. Before you were too sick to make decisions or communicate. We sat, hands clasped around tea gone cold. “But can you face the questioning afterwards?” I nodded. “I’m strong.” I meant it. I was. […]

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Friday Fictioneers ✮ Flash Fiction 100 words ✮ Cloistered

Photo credit J Hardy Carroll Friday Fictioneers is a weekly flash fiction writing challenge with a photo prompt, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. CLOISTERED Cloistered. That’s what my sister Bessie called it. Cloistered in our ancestral home like two prize cakes, not to touch, only for display. Destined forevermore to do needlework and flower arranging and […]

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My New Adventure in Flash Fiction: Friday Fictioneers

I am setting myself a new challenge – joining in with as many Friday Fictioneers 100 word flash fiction challenges (thank you Louise Jensen!) as I can. It has been SUCH a long time since I have written any short stories, let alone flash fiction but I’m taking the plunge, hoping it will help me […]

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Matala Snapshots: Then & Now and Title for Book #3!

Are you ready for some photos? Whenever I write, whatever it is – short story, poetry, some creative non-fiction or full length novel – imagery is always really important to me. I must have pictures in my head, not just vague images but I come to know exactly what my characters look like, the shade […]

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New Adventures in Self-Publishing

I’ll confess something straight off: I’m nervous about this. Well, let’s say nervous excited. It’s a new challenge for me and I’m not quite sure what to expect. I’ve never self-published anything in my life and the truth is, I never imagined I ever would. After all, self-publishing is for people who can’t get published […]

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Move over Valentines, International Book Giving Day, here we come!

We all know that February 14th is Valentine’s Day, but probably far less of us are aware that it’s also International Book Giving Day. Never heard of it? Well, despite being in its sixth year, I put my hands up and say that neither had I until a few weeks ago. And it’s music to […]

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Stuck for last minute Christmas gifts? How about one of my top 5 reads of 2016?

I am delighted to unwittingly discover that my top 5 reads of 2016 have all been written by women. I have absolutely nothing against fiction by men; I have also read many books written by men this year and have always been fairly gender-blind when it comes to choosing books. But, feminist that I am and […]

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