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Memoir Monday: The Big Picture

A short while ago I thought it would be nice to share a weekly post about how the memoir writing was going. Continue reading “Memoir Monday: The Big Picture”

Memoir Monday – Brief Update

Oh gosh. Busy times. Having failed to get a post out last week I find I’ve got all of 45 minutes left to me this Monday to Continue reading “Memoir Monday – Brief Update”

Memoir Monday – Perspectives

Last week I wrote about my latest plans to finish off my manuscript and tomorrow I embark on 11 weeks of “Advanced Autobiographical Writing” at London’s CityLit with Sherri Matthews.

I am so looking forward to meeting her at last!

Of course this past week should have been about final preparations and only half way through did I wonder how I came to volunteer a guest post and fiction prompt Continue reading “Memoir Monday – Perspectives”

RCOG release: ‘Abnormal bleeding’ strong indication of pre-womb cancer condition, warns new guideline

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has issued new guidelines about the sign and symptoms of endometrial hyperplasia – an abnormal thickening of the lining of the uterus – which can, in some cases develop into endometrial cancers.
Continue reading “RCOG release: ‘Abnormal bleeding’ strong indication of pre-womb cancer condition, warns new guideline”

You Are A Writer Because.. 7 Reasons Why You’re A Writer

Last week I was asking when does writing make you a writer? When should we feel comfortable saying it out loud? What makes the difference between a pastime and an Continue reading “You Are A Writer Because.. 7 Reasons Why You’re A Writer”

Flash Fiction “Knowledge is Power”

“Whatever you think best Mrs Webster.”

Surely she should feel empowered? She was finally being asked to Continue reading “Flash Fiction “Knowledge is Power””

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