I would love some feedback on these as to which appeals most for this ghost story set in dual time, modern day and the English Civil War.
I had a lot of fun the other day, chatting with my lovely friend and fellow author, Judith Barrow. Judith writes gritty sagas (see below) and is the instigator and founder of The Tenby Book Fair. She is also a creative writing tutor and I\’m privileged to enjoy regular writing workshops with Judith and an equally gifted writer, Thorne Moore, on a regular basis. We share whatever we are working on by reading it out loud and critiquing each others\’ work – much to the amusement of the other diners in the cafe where we meet. We tend to get a bit loud. Luckily we also share a dark sense of humour and the time flies by as we exchange jokes and our work.
I always know when my work-in-progress is on track when a quiet hush descends from the nearby tables when I\’m reading my stuff out. Happy days.
Anyway, here\’s our chat:
Judith Barrows books include:
Finally, I’ve got around to a proper author website! Easy to find as I’m using the same domain name of ‘intheplottingshed’ so hopefully readers can find me.
Source: New website.
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