A little late to the party sharing this but another NaNoWriMoer – nothing to be laughed at; I’m an avid advocate.
Hi Sue and welcome. Can I start, as always, by asking you a little about yourself?
Hi Jo, and thanks for the warm welcome! I live at the bottom edge of Wales, about a mile from the sea, where I moved over thirty years ago after surviving ovarian cancer. At that time, I was a policewoman in industrial Essex, so it represented not only a change of scenery, but also of culture, as I became instant mum to two little boys!
When did you decide to become a writer and how did you begin that journey?
I’ve always enjoyed writing, but the journey towards novelist began when I learned to ride a motorbike, aged 52. My steep learning curve, and the amazing women I met during that time was the catalyst for the idea behind ‘Summer at the Art Café’. The idea refused to go away, and the novel began…
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