Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Diary of a (Trying to be Holy) Mum By Fiona Lloyd

This tackles the question – how are we holy?  Where do we find God in the mess of a complex, busy life?   If you enjoyed ‘Helen Sloane’s Diary’ you’d enjoy this, even more if you are a parent of school-age … Continue reading

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The problem with asking experts and backing up your work

Do you consult experts about your stories?  Do you backup your work? Always ask experts:  they like to be asked for advice, they will know things that might spark off ideas, and it’s always good to chat to people. But … Continue reading

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Clues in plain sight

We have all come across clever detectives. Miss Marple solves a crime by noticing the inconsistent use of ‘inquiry’ and ‘enquiry’ in two letters. Jonathon Creek spots a geranium and so works out how the body got into the wardrobe.  … Continue reading

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