Why, you must be asking is that headline picture a writing prompt for Anne?
I’ve been a Joan Hessayon contender – and a wonderful, really wonderful evening I had.
MuseItUp published my first Regency romance – actually on 1st May in 2013. Mariah’s Marriage continues to be available for many electronic readers. It’s also in a library near you through the Linford Romance series.
I wasn’t the winner, but the whole team made me feel like one. Also, the lovely Rae Cowie came along specially to support me on the night and Jenny Harper and her husband Robin, were there, too. I’ve maintained links with some of the other contenders that night and I bought a copy of my individual photo taken by the talented Marte. I don’t photograph well, so that one is a particular pleasure.
Well, it’s a prompt because I’ve stepped away. Having been a member of the RNA committee for a few years now, it’s time to use my time for writing my stuff rather than Facebook posts , Twitter tweets and committee reports.
I will miss the warm and talented guys I’m leaving behind, but there are other opportunities to catch up with them. The first being the Summer Party which is being held in the fabulous Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. You can buy a ticket here and you don’t have to be a member of the RNA to do that. Come and meet some of your favourite authors in the flesh, as it were.
Now, if you live in Edinburgh, you can catch up with me and two of my Capital Writer pals at the Corstorphine Festival. We’ll be chatting with Sheila McCallum Perry, reading a little of our work and signing copies of our books (the other two here). We’re scheduled for Wednesday 30th May from around 7pm, programme out soon. Venue is CYCC, 191 St John’s Road.
Capital Stories a wee selection of our talent is available for the price of 99p. What else can you buy for 99p?
Looking forward (a little nervously) to being at the Corstorphine Festival with yourself and Jane, Anne!
Hi Kate, Yes, our first public appearance, but with experienced folk like Cecilia Peartree and Wendy Jones – what could go wrong? Anne
Thanks for the kind shout out, Anne. Your post brought back very happy memories. Enjoy the Corstorphine Festival (I wish I lived closer!) and I’m delighted that you’re now setting aside time for writing again.
Hi Rae, The kindness was yours. I really felt looked out for. Anne