A slip in time. A missing child. Can Anna find herself in time?
When you’re a parent, you want to keep your children safe and happy. That doesn’t stop just because they grow up. I shared in their joy and excitement as my daughter and her partner prepared for the birth, and I shared in their heartbreak…
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.
Poem inspired by a visit to the ‘Brighton Donut’ – a sculpture by Hamish Black.
The Travelling Philanthropist – The curious tale of some missing days and a man with an umbrella…
I was delighted to be asked if my novel, The Travelling Philanthropist, and the associated reflective commentary could feature in the student literary creative journal, brightONLINE.
I approached Crowborough Conservation Group to offer my assistance with the Crowborough Festival. The theme in 2017 was Lost World.
Suzi Bamblett is a published author, best known for creating psychological thrillers and suspense for young adults and young at heart adults.