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Updated: 2015-02-09T13:20:22.608+00:00

 



Please, next time you have lunch with your friend ...

2010-03-22T12:30:44.152+00:00

Please, next time you have lunch with your friend Louise, could you ask, suggest, beg or otherwise persuade her to run another workshop for adult writers? Then, assuming she's willing, could you let us know through your blog? If you think she's good, I'm sure we'd all benefit. L



I was browsing in a second hand bookshop, when I t...

2010-03-16T14:42:19.973+00:00

I was browsing in a second hand bookshop, when I thought I'd found that book you want, on heads. I must be going dyslexic! It was the Encyclopedia of Type Faces. I'll keep my eyes open for you. Maybe next time.
Laurie



I'm so sorry you didn't get through to the...

2010-03-11T14:19:29.505+00:00

I'm so sorry you didn't get through to the shortlist. No-one deserves it more. Pea



and you give me hope for the future! I think it...

2010-03-10T19:19:28.491+00:00

and you give me hope for the future! I think it's important for serious writers to meet up now and again with other serious writers just to confirm that what you do is valuable. It's a lonely profession in many ways, not just the physcial loneliness of being alone in a room, it's the whole explaining to other people that you actually work, that writing is not always a pleasure ... x