Category Archives: Ghost of a Chance

2010: welcome to the future

Happy new year to everyone! This post is 19 days late because I began the new year with a stinking cold and I didn’t even go out and play in the snow which has been 8 inches deep or more across Oxford. Here’s a view of my garden from my window. I only went out […]

Ghost of a Chance

Yesterday I submitted the first completed draft of my latest novel, Ghost of a Chance, to my publishers (OUP). It comes in at just over 100,000 words but this will be reduced in the edit. I am (tentatively) pleased with it. I have been looking back through my notes and see that I was at […]

Suffolk, Bologna and Place and Space conference, oh my!

If you were wondering why I haven’t updated recently, it’s not because I’ve been slacking off! I’ve been jetsetting (and train- and car-setting) around the place doing various events. On Friday the 27th of March I was a guest at the Suffolk Schools Library Service Book Mastermind Competition where I watched local students compete to […]