Good Things

I have been working as a writer for many years now and over the past decade or so I’ve been lucky enough to work with many, many talented people. Collaborating with editors and publishers and writers and illustrators on books and stories, putting together charity anthologies, teaching, running workshops and groups. My longest commitment has been a writing group at the library in the town where I grew up – that’ll have been going for ten years very soon. And, from that group, lots of really interesting and really good stuff has been produced by some very lovely and very talented people.

And, as such, I’d like to point you in a few interesting directions after seeing this is this month’s issue of Writers’ News.


Jenny’s are really terrific books, and are definitely worth checking out. I think my favourite, and probably because it’s the most recent is Night Light (you can see the full list here).

And here she is talking about Why Didn’t They Listen?.



And Jenny’s aren’t the only ones I’d love to point you towards. We have Barbara Challenger’s brilliant account of working as a volunteer in Ghana, By God’s Grace.

And Sally Gething’s two self help books, How To Breathe (which is still selling by the bucketload) and Too Much Salt are well worth a look too.

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