Here is the all new and improved Laughing at Myself, a collection of stories about the times life makes you look like an idiot, and how to survive the embarrassment cover.
Being the fabulous daughter in law that I obviously am, what else would I do when mum in law needed to get to a check-up before her cataracts operation but offer to drive her to the hospital?
How I have kept going I don't know, luckily I have inherited my Dad's ability to compartmentalise, and my Mum's ability to say 'b******s to it' when things get too much.
Here's a sneak peek of Catarracts Toilet from my second Laughing at Myself, which is (I promise) on it's way...
It's going to be a lot of fun meeting all the lovely ladies, and finding out all about them and their businesses; telling them about 'Down With Frogs' and my new book 'Laughing at Myself'. And if I am very lucky gaining inspiration for book three
That feels uttlery bizarre, 2020 is a futuristic time and now it's nearly here
My ten minutes writing challenge today started with a draft of a story that is getting ready to be a part of my next book - Laughing at Myself. Do let me know what you think in the comments section.
Picture it, a hot summers day at a festival, dancing, flirty, laughing in a clearing in the crowd, when I got hit in the head by a frisbee travelling at full speed. Everything stopped, it took a full minute for me to realise that my head hurt, a lot.
Another day, another Doner, my confession to you is that I live in London, and I have never actually tried a doner kebab, never even been tempted not when drunk or when insanely hungry. There may even be people reading this who have never even seen one.
Writing for the sake of writing, just about anything seems like an odd way to learn your craft, but thanks to How to be a writer by Sally O'Reilly thinking about how you need 10,000 hours to be expert