This is a walk around Stratford-upon-Avon that starts and ends at the railway station, and will take you about 2 hours to complete (without factoring in sight-seeing and refreshments). It’s best if you have a digital or paper map of the town on hand to refer to.
Dear Writers, Don’t forget that How to be the Heroine of Your Own Story is on pre-order until 10 December. This is the best best best price at which it will ever be available, and I wouldn’t want you to miss it if you’re interested in taking the course. Things I’ve (Gone and) Done I’ve… Read More
Things I’ve Been Writing Coursework My main focus has been on writing and recording the core lessons for How to be the Heroine of Your Own Story. These are now complete and if you’re a Lady Writers League member, you still have a few days to apply to beta test it for free. There’s still a… Read More
More perfect weather and charming tea-rooms. I have been rambling, putting together another literary walk; hardly difficult as there are few streets in the centre of Bath that haven’t been graced by at least one eminent scrivener. Unfortunately, the novelty makes it all too difficult to novel, which is why I’m leaving before November, half-envious… Read More
I wonder how Tennyson would have described the sight of a cloudless England from 20,000 feet; the shallow land, the molten silver inlets and rivulets, the tips of turning trees and the neatly enclosed patches of green. What would he have seen? How would he have assimilated it into the social consciousness? I watched the… Read More