https://www.oxfordindiebookfair.co.uk/whats-on/ Avert Your Eyes.... At the Oxford Indie Book Fair on November 26, I have the delightful opportunity to discuss Oxford-murder capital of the world? Odd to link ‘delight’ to ‘murder’? Crime fiction is the most popular genre so,unless
Andy Severn of Oxford eBooks organised a book fair in the village where I live. I encouraged author, architect and founder of the Isle of Wight festival, Ray Foulk and publisher James Harrison to have stands. We felt the idea
My first novel Brushstrokes in Time is set in China and the USA, Not so Black and White (with Nancy Mudenyo Hunt) is located in London and west Kenya and Sculpting the Elephant in Oxford and India. My fourth novel,
Shepherd.com has only been established for two years but is already getting good traffic. I'm one of 8000 authors who have shared five of our favorite books around a topic dear to our hearts. Below are the links to my entries.
The way to the festival Marquee Oxib@The Oxford Festival of the Arts: See you there? https://www.oxfordindiebookfair.co.uk/oxford-festival-of-the-arts-2023/ Full list of oxib exhibitors on this link The Oxford Festival of the Arts is underway. https://artsfestivaloxford.org/ The murals were magnificent stupendous
The Oxford Festival of the Arts final event. I’ll be there. A date for your diary July 16 11am -4pm?
A date for your diary? July 16 11am -4pm. OXIB is in its third year so we are considering expanding and adapting. We'll have 25 tables in the marquee at the last event of the Oxford Festival of
Claret Press’s blog on mixed relationships mentions some of my experiences. https://www.claretpress.com/single-post/mixed-up-love I wrote a piece on the subject for the Madras Courier. https://madrascourier.com/.../on-mixed-race-relationships/ 150,000 people, mostly of Indian ancestry, read it. (The editor seems to know how to work
Kennington is a large village situated on the edge of Oxford. Unlike our neighbour, Kennington is an unassuming almost private place. Oxford and the nearby Cotswolds team with tourists - you won’t find any in Kennington. We like it that
A small group of us walk in nature together and write poetry inspired by what we see. My artist friend and author of, Nature Unlocked, Diana Bell, took us to Dry Sandford last week. The previous day, a public
Memories of an earlier book launch event For the launch of Oxford Castaways 2 we held a debate. I’d created the mythical island of Oxtopia and the inspirational castaways had to establish a new society there. James Harrison of