A story of survival and adventure, and how their lives intertwine in the New World
I couldn’t leave Dorset without nipping across the border to Somerset and paying my respects to another great poet, T.S. Eliot.
“We use the phrase ‘Storying the Self’ provocatively. ‘Storying the Self’ complicates any notion that selves are easily definable or even knowable in any direct way.
She fears the baby isn’t hers. They say it is. Can she uncover the truth?
Here’s a free (and easy) knitting pattern for you
Working with beta readers is one of the best things a writer can do to improve their manuscript.
Good luck to all my writer friends taking part in Nano this year – and why I’m taking this year out…
The Netflix film of Rebecca has finally been released, but does it live up to the hype?
Lily James looks as if she might be believable. The first time I read Rebecca, I was immersed so fully that I failed to notice the protagonist had no name – she was me, and I was her.
This poem was written as a personal response to unanswered questions after the death of my step son-in-law.
Suzi Bamblett is a published author, best known for creating psychological thrillers and suspense for young adults and young at heart adults.