It’s amazing what a person will do to find out something that isn’t their business – in this instance, that person being me!
Yesterday evening, I was sitting with my friend, Yvonne, in the Café Rouge, Henley, relaxing after an early evening meal.
While I was idly staring out of the window, I was struck by Read more
You’ll know from various blogs, twitter and Facebook, that the RNA Summer Party was a HUGE SUCCESS!! I took a great many photos throughout the evening, and I thought I’d show some of them to you. But first, CONGRATULATIONS to
Evonne Wareham, winner of the Joan Hessayon Prize with Never Coming Home, published by Choc Lit, and
For some time now, twitter and Facebook have been buzzing with talk about the RNA party that’s taking place tomorrow at The Royal Overseas League, in London – who’s going, what to wear, shoes, and so on. Clearly, therefore, tomorrow is a big day – but why?
Well, it’s one of the two annual parties thrown by the Read more
Ask any romantic fiction author for the name of the fictional man they’d most like to invite to an intimate dinner for two, and I bet the majority would say Mr. Darcy. That, too, would be my knee-jerk response – if I were thinking of Mr. Darcy in the films of Pride and Prejudice, and not in the Read more
Spoiler alert!! If you’re going to see Filumena at the Almeida, don’t read the following!
Those who follow me on twitter will know that I went to see Filumena last Saturday. This was a light, entertaining play by Eduardo De Filippo.
In Naples, 1940s, Filumena, a former whore, has succeeded in persuading the man she’s Read more