Tag Archives: Medea’s Curse

The Countdown

It goes like this. Eight year old girl ingests Enid Blyton and is in danger of never coming down the Faraway Tree. Writes first line of her own novel. Roughly five hundred times—and five hundred different lines, mostly about boarding … Continue reading

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THURSDAY 27TH NOVEMBER: FOR NEXT THURSDAY GO TO MY INTRODUCED AUTHORS BLOG AS THE HOP GOES ON… Thanks to Jaye Ford (see her blog here) for the invitation – have been a fan since I saw her present at the … Continue reading

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Medea by Euripides: NT Theatre Production translated by Ben Powers, directed by Carrie Cracknell

“the curse of (our) children’s blood be on you” Jason to Medea (Philip Vellacott translation) I had heard of live British theatre being filmed for audiences worldwide to enjoy but hadn’t given it much thought until an English friend said … Continue reading


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How Did I Get Here From There? Erotic Romance to Psychological Thriller via another Career

Write what you know about. How often have would be authors been told that? What often isn’t said, is that you need to know about something that other people want to read about! It can be about your own life … Continue reading

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