Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The Hurst


In June, apart from touring with an Irish friend around England and Dublin, I will be staying at John Osborne's The Hurst in Shropshire (Arvon Foundation). I plan to complete my children's collection Miniscule and the final polish to my novel The Ozone Cafe.




Now that I have offloaded all community commitments, I feel free to concentrate on my writing. So many factors in the last year contributed to my malaise of not completing anything. Firstly, losing my partner in a traffic accident and then the sad disposal of effects, his Beetle collection in particular, and all other peripherals that went with him having three man-sheds. Poor darling, he was a hoarder and I didn't realise how one person could collect so much "stuff". It's gradually going, as well as his pride and joy, a hotrod that he built from the ground up.
Clun UK
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Ludlow, UK

I know England will be magnificent, and with a hire car my friend and I will take in as many sights as possible staying somewhere near Shrewsbury. My last week will be spent with her in Dublin and possibly visiting her hometown of Mullingar. Looking forward to June 2015!






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