When tasks get ahead of me, the calendar gives me the eagle eye, and I don’t have the energy required to catch up… something has to go, and today it’s the blog. With memories of the Surrey Conference still fresh in mind, I hope you’ll excuse me for re-running this post that was originally inspiredContinue reading “Glorious Colour or Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud? (Take #2)”
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I Like It. She Doesn’t.
Not long ago I mentioned that I don’t choose books based on reviews. What one reader likes in a story isn’t always what satisfies another. Do you ever wonder why that is? Why one agent passes on a manuscript because it doesn’t ignite a spark, and yet another agent will become a passionate advocate ofContinue reading “I Like It. She Doesn’t.”
Glorious Colour or Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud?
With apologies to Jack Whyte (from whom I learned the song) and Flanders and Swann (who wrote the lyrics), I could think of no better title for today’s post. There’s no getting around it. Colour affects me. I’m forever remarking on the multitude of greens in the early spring, or trying to describe theContinue reading “Glorious Colour or Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud?”