Posts Tagged ‘fiona robyn’

My Most Beautiful Thing: Hope in a Lock of Love

In my blog on 17 April, I wrote about my attempts to write about ‘My Most Beautiful Thing.’ The truth is, I haven’t written much at all since then. A few lines. Some small edits. Today I’m taking part in the My Most Beautiful Thing Blogsplash to celebrate beautiful things – inspired by Fiona Robyn’s… Continue Reading →

My Most Beautiful Thing – The Preparation

Like a lot of writers I know, I love a challenge. Especially when you’re right in the middle of a pause in your own writing. Note that I didn’t say a writing pause – because I am still writing  – but there is a stillness to it, which means that the spark is, well…gone. So… Continue Reading →

Stepping Back

In my last post I’d scrawled some random-not-quite-formed thoughts about money and writing; the practicalities of life and creativeness. I hadn’t quite figured out what I wanted to say, but decided to put it out there anyway. A fellow writer posted a comment not knowing how or what to reply apart from “!!” and for… Continue Reading →


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