Phew, sorry I’m late, forgive me. What with holidays and the recently retired, ever present Spousey, it’s a wonder I get any writing done. Still, interruptions aside, my newly invigorated hard drive has been put to use. Let me bring you up to date.
First of all, my Wordplay column now graces the pages of Thame Out providing a fun way of testing your vocabulary. Also, The Lady has published three reviews: Ed Paschke, Saving a Century and Great British Drawings while the delightfully talented Mike Johnson, Karl Rudziak and Louise Briathwaite are my latest artist profile subjects in Hampshire Life.
For Buckinghamshire Life I interviewed four female generations of the same family who provided the perfect example of motherhood, family bonds and the influences they play in local society. This was followed in May with an interview with the lovely Gerlinde Seeley who creates her own cosmetics. In the June edition there’s my Bucks Open Studios feature and an interview with the ultra talented canine enthusiast, Jane Ambler of PhotographMyDog.
Now, what else? Oh yes. Have a look at Cotswold Life website for my review of Love Bites, yet another wonderful exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum. Meanwhile Hertfordshire Life has featured my Father’s Day and Volunteer features.
I have also interviewed several other inspiring talents whom I will detail when those articles are published as well as attendeding the press launch of Jane Bidder’s The Witness before rushing home for my Regular Writing group meeting.
Now I have articles to tweak and Skype interviews to conduct, so please excuse me . . .