Christmas thoughts

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Just a short recording I did Christmas 2013 – oh my days – how time flies! Yet some things never change.Enjoy Christmas everyone, but please listen to this recording and say a prayer for those less fortunate. Perhaps in the new year you will be inspired to do something that makes a difference in the… Read more »

Terms and Conditions #inspiringcostakids competition

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Terms and Conditions Kids on the Costa Writing Competition 2017 #inspiringcostakids 26th May 2017.       This competition is organised by Sharon House Publishing Ltd (UK Registered company 4840060) in conjunction with Kids on the Costa SL and Marbella Life Style Rtv. Entry to this competition is open to persons who will be aged… Read more »

The importance of reading!

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From the days when as a little girl, I used to love the Enid Blyton mysteries, to the young adult who became engrossed in the novels by Yorkshire born novelist, Barbara Taylor Bradford, I have always loved and encouraged reading. Today, I am a writer. Perhaps not a best-selling author, but one who can celebrate… Read more »

Educate & Entertain

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Recently I wrote a blog about story time for the young ones. As I also write for the middle years it seemed relevant to blog about them too. So here goes, my thoughts, feelings and why I write for age 9-13. Perhaps it’s prudent to start with an article which was published in my local… Read more »

Serpientes

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Serpientes 08 May 2012 12:00AM   ‘¡Serpientes! #@& serpientes. I hate ‘em.’‘Don’t go on, amigo. Snakes indeed. You mean you saw a snake comprador. Humm, one snake. That’s to be expected here. We’re in rural Spain on top of a mountain, in the middle of nowhere.’‘Cállate,’ snapped Nick. ‘There was lots of ‘em. Lots of… Read more »