Archive for September, 2009

Writing and Dining

Thursday, September 17th, 2009 Posted in Books | 5 Comments »

Had a good session at my novel yesterday.This morning I picked up where I left off yesterday. That kept the pace going and the ideas flowing. I haven't checked it over yet. I know it will need editing and maybe ...

TIME and WRITING UPDATE

Sunday, September 13th, 2009 Posted in News | Comments Off on TIME and WRITING UPDATE

Just looked at my last blog entry - 7th September. How time flies without us being aware of its passing. Can we put a break on it? In front of my desk I have the quotation 'So little done, so much ...

Music Medley

Monday, September 7th, 2009 Posted in Books | 3 Comments »

Yesterday I heard a piece of music on the radio that caught my attention. Pencil, sheet of paper poised for the title  -  Craig Armstrong's  BALCONY SCENE FROM ROMEO AND JULIET.  Many of you will know it but I didn't. Its ...

SEE DON’T JUST LOOK

Saturday, September 5th, 2009 Posted in Books | 1 Comment »

I was walking in the valley near my home this morning at 8 a.m. I try to do that most days, anything from half an hour to an hour and a half. I believe it is better to do that regularly ...

North York Moors and Jessica Blair

Saturday, September 5th, 2009 Posted in Books, Jessica Blair Country | Comments Off on North York Moors and Jessica Blair

 North York Moors  August 2009. These are little different to the scenes with which David Fernley and Ruth Harwood (The Red Shawl)  would be familiar. Emma Dugdale (Storm Bay) would be very familiar with them. Such settings play a part in other Jessica ...

LATEST WESTERN

Friday, September 4th, 2009 Posted in Books | 1 Comment »

Here's the cover of my latest Large Print Western published by Magna Books in their Dales Large Print Western series.  Another nice cover by Gordon Crabb It was originally published in 1960.  A book is never dead !

Broadband lost – one lives and learns.

Friday, September 4th, 2009 Posted in Books | Comments Off on Broadband lost – one lives and learns.

I lost broadband and connections for nearly a fortnight.  Tragedy. I suppose it could have been worse. It was not catastrophic. It could have been if it had occurred at a different phase in my writing schedule. Server tried on ...