Monthly Archives: September 2011
Lover of books, shoes and dolls’ houses, uber agent Carole Blake gave a talk at last Sunday’s Soho Lit Fest. I was lucky enough to get a ticket and, as today is Carole’s birthday, I thought I would share some … Continue reading
So, the second challenge from Rachael Harrie’s Platform Building Campaign is to write a post, in any form, of up to 200 words. It must have the word ‘imago’ in the title and feature the words ‘miasma, lacuna, oscitate and … Continue reading
In a very smile-inducing week I have been nominated for two blog awards – thanks, I am sure, to the lovely Rachael Harrie’s platform building campaign.
Today I am taking part in a blogsplash to celebrate the publication of Talli Roland’s new book, Watching Willow Watts. The heroine of Talli’s book impersonates Marilyn Monroe and the question she has posed for us bloggers is – if … Continue reading