Receiving the gift of Dyslexia
As a former Freelance Journalist of 15 years and a writer and publisher of a number of books, the last thing I expected would be someone telling me that I was Dyslexic.
But after being scrutinised for six hours during the last few weeks, that was exactly what happened, which makes me more than just a reformed literary philistine.
Reviews, good or bad – all part of the writer’s learning curve
I keep saying that when it comes to writing, I take the same approach to everything I do; I always give it my best and not to be afraid to explore new ways of improvement. For people like me “over 21”, there is no such thing as being too old to learn.
Redcoats on Tour - "Doon The Watter" Pt 1
Get togethers with any of my Butlins pals are always special occasions as they don’t happen all that often. They usually consist of a fabulous weekend which would include trips down memory lane, some of us would get back into our much loved Red and White uniforms (custom made), maybe do a bit of performing as well.