My writing friends
A wonderful friend, a support and an inspiration. Everyone should have a scary friend. Jane is mine!
A friend from Writers' Holiday who has endless patience, creativity and knows
about all the technical stuff I can never be bothered with. Anita designed this
great website for me.
Carol is a kindred spirit when
it comes to beliefs.
I've yet to meet Sue but feel I know her as our names appear in the same magazines.
A lovely lady and prolific author. 21 titles in print!
Eileen was very patient with me and Jane and eventually took a lovely photo of us at the launch of my Handy Little Book For Writers. See it on her website.
Verica is a writing friend whose book tells the story of how she was given away at the age of four to an uncle and aunt. At thirteen she was imprisoned but her father secured her freedom- only to be shot himself three weeks later.
Another friend, met at Writers' Holiday, Caerleon
Kate Lord Brown
Kate's website and her blog with a difference:
Chris High writes the regular Crime File in Writers' News and has an amazing website.
Websites to help writers hone their craft
involved in the UK's first
National Short Story week this
November. It aims to get more
people reading , writing and
listening to short stories.
Mike Atherton's great website for writers. One of the best.
A National Association of Writers' Groups is a brilliant idea - to get all the Writers' groups in the UK together. I write a piece for Link, the association's newsletter, every other month.
I subscribed to this magazine when it first appeared, never dreaming that one day I would be working for them and writing regular features for their Writing Magazine.
Not all writing courses are the same. The jewel in the crown is Writers Holiday held every summer in Caerleon. Great courses, fab speakers and wonderful food.
A news and resource site for writers of all abilities everywhere. It updates on Saturdays. A free weekly news brief is e-mailed Mondays.
Create your own 'toolkit' so that you can achieve your full potential as a writer. I know Sue Johnson from Worcestershire.
The website gives detail of schools gone by and to come and lists the successes of participants.
I came second in the early days of the Real Writers' competition, which is now so prestigious. It gave me a huge boost.
This site provides a list of books that you won't want to be without, including my Handy Little Book for Writers.
Ideas 4 Writers
The ideas and inspiration website run by Dave and Kate Haslett.
Short Story Radio
of Women Writers & Journalists (SWWJ)
You can also buy a copy of my book at Amazon.
Deal or No Deal
Hi! I'm Lynne from the East Wing and I've been voted the most courageous player in the history of Deal Or No Deal.
TUT's Adventure Club
Tut's daily message, which is
free is sign up for, has changed
my life and keeps me positive.
An interesting site.
SWWJ Weekend, Cambridge
Day workshop at Titchfield, Hampshire
Day workshop at Hastings
Day workshop in Dartford