Father’s Day today saw us travel to Chelmsford. Coming from the restaurant after a fab meal – thanks Turtle Bay for the Gluten Free and Vegan options* – I saw this. Apropos for a blog post, don’t you think? * I’m not vegan, I’m lactose intolerant.
If you are traveling along the A414 to Malden you will go through Woodham Mortimer and you will pass this view. Blink – of course – and you will miss it. On the left of the road there is a church and a house with a blue plaque. To the right there is what appears […]
One of my characters in Widowhood of Spiders (book 2 of Symington’s adventures) is angry. So angry in fact he is in danger of breaking the unwritten code of the criminal world: twice. Not only is he in the process of killing a policeman; he is doing it in front of witnesses – not bound […]
This week I’ve been doing a lot of thinking rather than a lot of writing. Being stuck in traffic is like that. And I’ve been thinking about my victim. Well one of them. A chap by the name of Sir Martin Hamblebee. In my head he’s a nasty piece of work. A bully. A pompous […]
Until recently, all I knew about Ann was that she wrote for the same publisher as I do (KGHH), and lives in the same state as my cousin (Oregon). So I asked her to give me a bit of a biography, which was a good thing because her writing credentials are epic. Make me feel […]