Colin Lyne – Rabbits

Colin Lyne: I first arrived in Gijón on an ALSA coach. That was many years ago. I’d never heard of Gijón or Asturias before the previous week.  My first impression was not favourable. It was a Saturday afternoon and I wandered around, rucksack on my back, wondering how the heck I’d ended up in aContinue reading “Colin Lyne – Rabbits”

Introducing – Rebecca Audrey Johnson

In this blog post Rebecca Johnson describes her personal journey of becoming a novelist. How I became a novelist. Fiction writing happened to me quite unexpectedly. I’d been a total bookworm as a child and practised the art of writing in various forms throughout my life. But my career in languages had funnelled me towardsContinue reading “Introducing – Rebecca Audrey Johnson”

Introducing: Gisela Gibbon

Becoming a writer: The Journey of ‘By The Icehawk’s Feather’ by Gisela Gibbon. You go for a walk, read some article somewhere, talk about the mysteries of life with your friends or family, and an idea begins to form – what if? What would happen if this happened or that, to someone, to me, toContinue reading “Introducing: Gisela Gibbon”

A memory from early childhood – February

Part 1. of submissions for the February writing challenge: A memory from early childhood I am posting the submissions in group`s of up to 10 (in no particular order) to aid reading and review. I hope you enjoy them. If possible it would be useful if you could read some of the submissions, provide constructiveContinue reading “A memory from early childhood – February”

From the heart – February

Part 1. of submissions for the February writing challenge: From the heart, someone or something you are passionate about. I am posting the submissions in group`s of up to 15 (in no particular order) to aid reading and review. I hope you enjoy them. If possible it would be useful if you could read someContinue reading “From the heart – February”

As we entered the tunnel – February

Part 1. of submissions for the February writing challenge: As we entered the tunnel I am posting the submissions in group`s of up to 10 (in no particular order) to aid reading and review. I hope you enjoy them. If possible it would be useful if you could read some of the submissions, provide constructiveContinue reading “As we entered the tunnel – February”