Telling True Stories: (The Good, the Bad, and the NOT.)

When I set out to write “Where Daffodils Bloom” it was very important to me that I create a book that was not only entertaining and well-written, but also authentic and true.

And that’s partly because of one very BAD example…

Four Letters and an Atomic Bomb:

Confession: I hate personality tests. And so I have never taken one. Until now. Some of you will have seen my Facebook post last month in which I mentioned I’d taken a personality test (a free version based on the Myers-Briggs system) despite years of prejudice against them. I promised a blog post explaining what …….Read More

Do You Know How to Fly This Thing?

“Put down that book and learn something!” When I was a kid that sentence could easily have been addressed to me many, many times. I loved reading. Loved it with a consuming passion that the rest of the world generally reserves for other human beings, (but fellow bookworms will totally understand). Before I even reached …….Read More