Oooh, here’s a little more publicity organised by the lovely Summersdale Publishers in Chichester: A ‘My favourite books’ interview with local radio station Spirit FM. ‘My favourite books’ is, of course, a topic close to my heart. I could warble on for hours about this given half the chance. But in this interview I was uncharacteristically succinct for… Continue reading My top five favourite books (Spirit fm radio interview)
Reading a book is easy. Writing one is slightly harder. (Guess which I excel at?!) So when I met Christine Hurst on the 30 Day Challenge earlier this year and discovered that she was a children’s author, she was instantly catapulted to god-like status in my eyes. Thankfully, her journey to being published has been… Continue reading How to be a children’s author
Phew. 50 minutes before the 10pm deadline and I have just posted my first ever Spark Story interview with Marianne Windham. Go take a look because she’s a real inspiration – she turned her back on a high-flying corporate career to follow her passion to become a jazz musician. I’m off for a celebratory glass… Continue reading I did it!
I can’t believe it. It’s the last day! I'm feeling a mixture of sadness and panic. Why panic? Well, we have to post our finished Play Projects by 10pm this evening. So I'm going to be welded to my computer today finishing off my first Spark Story interview with Jazz Musician, Marianne Windham. I've written… Continue reading Today is the last day of the 30 Day Challenge (sniff)
Ladies and gentlemen, an historic moment has occurred - I have conducted my first ever Spark interview. Last week I read an article in my local paper about woman who gave up her career as director of an IT consultancy to become a professional double bass player. I instantly wanted to interview her for my… Continue reading My first Spark Story interview!