Well, it's been
quite a while since I updated this blog, it's not that there's been nothing
happening, quite the opposite.
After my talk for
the Heatons Arts Trail I was asked to provide details of Elizabeth for a
display in the Heritage Library and in July I went with my good friend Olga who
was loaning them some of her books for their display, to meet with Sophie who
was arranging it. In August I got a call from Olga to say the display was up so
there with Connie we arranged to go and view...
are getting exciting in the hunt for the forgotten Elizabeth.
to my mum telling me about a campaign being run in the Manchester Evening News,
I managed to get her accepted as a nominee for Manchester's first female statue
since Queen Victoria. I put her name forward among the likes of Elizabeth
Gaskell, the Pankhursts, Marie Stopes and many other tremendous women who have
created progress in Manchester. Once the long list of 20 names was compiled
there was a launch ...
OMG! I can’t believe how long it’s been since I updated my
website! I’ve been so busy working on my next couple of novels that I’ve just
gone to ground. One book is due out imminently, in fact, I should be working on
that rather than this but ‘that’ means editing, and ‘this’ is a chat with a
friend so it’s no contest really, is it?
So, have you missed me? It seems like ages since I put
anything out but I suppose that’s ‘cos I’ve been working on two novels at once.