This year I am determined to improve my reading game because if I'm aspiring to write more then I really need to match it with reading more. It's not entirely a New Year's Resolution because I started at the beginning of my Christmas break from work. My new reading journal was part of my Christmas… Continue reading 2020 Reading Journal
Looks like I still haven't done with ringing the changes, because for 2020 I am downsizing my planning into these two slim A6 books. I have chosen A6 because it's the easiest to carry on a daily basis, but I'll admit to a touch of trepidation over whether it will work out after a couple… Continue reading Ready, set….
Today is the sixth day of the International Correspondence Writing Month 2019 and I am pleased with my progress to date. Whilst the aim is to write a letter - or, indeed, any hand-written missive which can be a note, postcard, post-it, so long as it's written by hand - every day through February, many… Continue reading InCoWriMo 2019
Continuing with my slightly tardy theme, today I'm going to write about the various elements of my weekend. On Saturday I went to a meeting of the Castle Writers Group at the Castle Museum, Norwich. This is a monthly meet-up that has been going on for many months now, but this is the first month… Continue reading A weekend in review
Prologue 2018 is singing a triumphant closing number and 2019 is poised to make its entrance so what better to do today than reflect on some key themes from the year? You might want to make yourself a cuppa before you head into this - it's going to feel like you've been reading for a… Continue reading 2018 in 9 chapters