Liar, liar, pants on fire…
I found this on Talli’s blog. You must tell six truths and one lie about yourself. See if you can find out which one is my lie.
1. I have been writing stories since I was six years old.
2. I have never taken a creative writing course.
3. I have my own YouTube Channel.
4. I have a son and two step sons.
5. I have a form of Autism called Asperger’s Syndrome as well as Dysrpraxia and Dyslexia.
6. I’ve always wanted a daughter.
7. I have a BSc (HONS) and have passed several MA level modules.
I challenge the following seven bloggers to lie too:
I got this lovely award from Lily. I am allowed to pass it on to ten other bloggers.
I’m sad to say that this is the last day of my week’s holiday from work. On a happier note I am going to the London Book Fair on Tuesday to see a publisher about ‘Without Alice‘. He’s said very nice things about my novel so far and although I know that in no way guarentees he will offer me a contract for it I can’t help getting my hopes up.
Those of you who read this post will know the story of my bluechrome experience and why I decided to withdraw ‘Without Alice’ from them before it was published. Sue Guiney decided that the ex bluechrome authors needed closure and came up with Beyond Blue: A Reading by Bluechrome Authors
Thursday, 22 April 6.30 pm
St Benet’s Church
Queen Victoria Street EC4
Bluechrome writers who will be there, either to read or just to lend their support are, among others, Ruth O’Callaghan, Patrick Osada, Joe Stein, Sue Rose, Jim Bennett, Patricia Debney, Leah Fritz, Adele Ward, Carolyn Oulton. I can’t make it due to the expense of travelling to London and back the day before but urge you to attend if at all possible. I know a few of these authors and the quality of their writing is exceptional.
i’ll be back here on wordless Wednesday and will update you on my meeting with the publisher about ‘Without Alice’ on Friday.