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This page shows the most recent 20 posts in the writing section of my blog. To read more, just use the links in the right hand column to find the topic you’re interested in.

I have been writing since I was a child, mostly about women’s health and business, with the odd, not particularly successful foray into fiction. I also know how hard it can be to get your work in front an interested audience, which is why I created the Thursday Throng author interviews, to put other indie authors in front of a brand new set of people.

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If you’re an author and you’d like to take part you can find out more on the Author Interview Guidelines page.

The Hysteria writing competition began life in 2012 to raise funds for The Hysterectomy Association. After 22 years, the association website closed and I moved all the content to this site so it wasn’t lost forever. Initially, I planned to close Hysteria as well but realised that I had to give it at least a chance of new life, so brought it over too and will see how it goes in a new home in 2020.

Richa’s post surgery miracle drink

I was sent this recipe from Richa who says “I have had this drink throughout my recovery after having hysterectomy and It really has helped me so much especially with the initial constipation I had post surgery.” Advertisements Like this:Like…

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An interview with Emilie Knight, author of Dagger and Scythe

Emilie has always loved stories. They explore weird new ideas, and bring people together. After years of reading fantasy and horror she wanted to combine them together into her own dark fantasy. Advertisements Like this:Like Loading…

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Meet Julie Bell, author of Denver City Justice

Julie Bell writes historical fiction and non-fiction based in Colorado. Her historical mystery series Denver City Justice is set in Denver in 1864 respectively. Advertisements Like this:Like Loading…

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An interview with Mark Tedesco, author of The Dog on the Acropolis

This week Mark Tedesco is sharing his new book, The Dog on the Acropolis with me. His book is a story of the adventures of a dog living on the Acropolis who forms transforming relationships with humans. Advertisements Like this:Like…

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I never thought I’d be awake during my hysterectomy – Jill’s story

Hi I’m 53 years old and have three children, here’s my hysterectomy story. After giving birth to my second and third children in 1999 and 2005, I had problems with my pelvic floor and had received NHS physio sessions to…

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Meet JP Gadston – author of Disorder and Serfdom

This week, it’s the turn of JP Gadston to sit in the Thursday Throng hotseat. JP spends his time doing yoga, running, wing chun, chi-kung and meditating. He is a big advocate of personal development and believes that no matter…

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