Wednesday, 22 October 2014

You couldn't make it up!

Well you can actually...

Shakespeare is believed to have made up hundreds of words and phrases many of which are still used today.

I have made up a few myself. 

'digiphonic'  appears in the novel 'Muddled Daze'

'snazzled' appears in the novel 'Slurry'

And 'plodged' appears in the, as yet unfinished, novel 'Terminal One'

Can you guess what any of these words mean?

In a future post there will be sentences in which the words above appear, as a further clue.

Chris Fewtrell

Monday, 20 October 2014

'First Tuesday' Meeting 4th November

2.0 to 4.0 pm

'Hope you are feeling better'


Stuart Randall 


Chesterfield Library

'First  Tuesday' Meetings are held every month except August and are suitable for anyone  who is interested in discussing and undertaking practical exercises in creative writing - prose or poetry

They are held in the Meeting Room Lower Ground Floor - Next to 'Browser' Cafe 

No booking necessary- just turn up

Sunday, 5 October 2014

The Mulberry Fugue by Heather Shaw

Daphne has lived in Mulberry House for decades and is terrified of losing her home. Alison has inherited the property and has no idea why. Thomas resents leaving the medieval world he has created to deal with the will’s increasingly complicated bequests. Bryn is escaping from the mess his life has become. 

We rarely understand the complex reasons behind the actions of others.

This novel is a why-dun-it? The story brings together four very different characters whose lives intersect on Romney Marsh, a place where wetland becomes field, field becomes coast. Each of them must deal with the past before the past deals with them.

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