… where I didn't digress or procrastinate; I didn't watch a Sky movie or read a book unrelated to my current research. I didn't browse Facebook for no particular reason, I just wrote about stuff. Which was nice 😀 So I finally got a break from the day job today and I have written 1500 … Continue reading One of those days …
Well, it maybe a bit more technical than that but she has popped up in my research for my current Work in Progress, A History of Nursing. Empress Helena (b.248, d.328) was the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine I, also known as Constantine the Great. She is now known as St Helena … Continue reading St Helena, Mother of a Roman Emperor, Powerful Empress and … a Nurse.
Good morning ... I have been busy looking at setting up a website but unfortunately I am a technophobe! However, at the moment I'm torn between upgrading this blog or starting afresh with Wix. I have found that easy to use so far so we'll see but would be interesting in hearing people's experiences. For … Continue reading The Secret Life of Chepstow
... went very well! To say I was terrified is an understatement, especially as there was a full house. But the host was fab, the people were lovely and I had a really, really, good day. And a massive thank you to the independent book shop - Barnards of Uxbridge, Middx - for being … Continue reading My first book talk & signing …
Postponing. Well, it's not a very nice feeling! I was terribly nervous as the day approached but had started to get excited when the weather reports came in a day before. And the reporters were true to their word - I'm currently snowed in and roads are more or less impassable; we even had a … Continue reading Postponing a book-signing but finding an Amazon review
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