Out at the Willows in Arundel last night for an Open Mic. night. Lots of local talent and a bar – what more could you want! I made my debut with a poem I had written ( my singing isn’t great) which went down well and some people asked for more. Not sure this will encourage folk to purchase my books but the more exposure I get the better, I suppose!
Singing is good for you, so they say, and tonight is our singing group night. They have decided to have an ABBA evening. Not sure that is quite our thing but we’ll go along and try. Gardeners chopping our conifers today so may send a picture once they have been shorn. ( I should have done a before and after -too late now!)
Out three nights on the trot – a quiz on Friday, a charity bash on Saturday and folk on Sunday! Greg Harper’s session on Saturday with Stuart Coupe, Chris Denman and Nigel Ratcliffe was excellent- with a great variety of stories and songs all in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. The, last night, we were back at Clapham and Patching Hall for the Woodies Folk Club, a fortnightly dose of live entertainment, this time with a ‘songs from films and shows’ theme. I do enjoy being able to sing along. That’s why we joined the surgery choir.
Now it’s trying to get fit time again. My new exercise class starts this afternoon. No time for writing!
The best night of the month – traditional jazz and a great meal at the Woodmans.
Well, it’s a thought. It may even be a hope but it isn’t likely to be realised. These local steps should make up for the fact that we live in a bungalow. I have exercise class this afternoon so I won’t tackle them today but I might tomorrow!
I am trying to make my posts more visual but it doesn’t seem to work out as I expect.
We went down on the beach at Goring on Boxing day so I took what I thought was a dramatic photo. It seems it was too dark and looks like night time, but it was afternoon.
Exploring the new wordpress and hoping to promote my previous books at the same time. This is me a few years ago when I launched the first ‘Never’ book about a married woman who ran away to Worthing and found herself in a mysterious house. It isn’t as dark as most of the other running away books written at the time. My writing is known as easy and gentle reading, but it moves along. Hope you like it.