You may find these funny…

My book as you may have seen will be launched on Saturday 20th November. It’s called Cathas and the Squirrel Incident. I thought you may like a preview to some of what I perceive as funny snippets from this book. The Squirrel Incident is based on a true event. Our ginger tom, Cathas, did actuallyContinue reading “You may find these funny…”

Frustration followed by excitement! 

Frustration boils down to the fact my daughter still has an ongoing saga about her ankle. You may remember (if you read my blog from a few weeks ago) she fell down steps at the railway station on her way to football. She spent 12 hours in agony before anything was done. Well, actually, nothingContinue reading “Frustration followed by excitement! “

A More Cheerful Blog

I wasn’t going to write a blog this week but, my mentor, EDS, has again helped me to decide, so I will tell you all about my little book. Before you search for what could be a more interesting blog, just read on a little further you may be pleasantly surprised. “My Book” as IContinue reading “A More Cheerful Blog”

Friends

This blog is all about my friend and mentor, Eloise De Sousa. My children’s book, Cathas and the Squirrel Incident, is a “button being pressed” away from being published. It’s all down to Eloise. Yes, I wrote the adventures of the little ginger cat and the Peace family but she has done all the hardContinue reading “Friends”

My Late Blog

I have had a break from blogging because I could not think of anything that would interest people to read. I am not saying this Blog will be of interest but I owe it to my mentor to write it. When I first started writing my stories about animals communicating with each other, I createdContinue reading “My Late Blog”

Strike Action!

My last blog was a little dreary, to say the least. This blog, I hope, will be a little brighter and you may even find it funny with a little stretch of the imagination! The morning of this particular day started much the same as any other. Tea in bed made by whoever is onContinue reading “Strike Action!”