Tag Archives: Dianne Ascroft

Not Just in my Head Anymore

As I mentioned on Facebook a few days ago, I’ve just had my first experience of hearing one of my short stories, An Unbidden Visitor, come alive – through the skillful narration of audiobook narrator, Elizabeth Klett. As I write, … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, November 2017 | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Last Saturday in Belfast

It’s been a hectic week: plugging away to meet a writing deadline, the usual work and chores, and baling hay. I spent a couple evenings helping to bring in hay bales at the beginning of the week which left me … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, June 2017, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Christmas Is Timeless

Christmas is timeless. No, that’s not a profound statement by me. It was my husband moaning as I removed the clock from the wall in the livingroom and replaced it with a large wreath when I was putting up the … Continue reading

Posted in December 2016, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

A Peek Into Pearl Harbor and More

My guest post today is a little unusual – I’ve invited myself to chat with you. Why? I’d like to tell you a bit about Pearl Harbor and More, a recently released short story collection I’ve been involved in writing … Continue reading

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Being A Superhero

I was a superhero this week. Not that I did anything extraordinary or anything like that but Maria Grace thought I was. She invited me to her blog last Sunday to chat about my writing and she compared me to … Continue reading

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Guess Where I’ve Been?

Have you noticed that I haven’t been around here much lately? June and July have been busy months for me. I’ve been to Poland and visited Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps and done a few of other things besides. Then … Continue reading

Posted in July 2016 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

The Season Turns, Time To Reflect

It’s the Solstice today – summer if you’re in the northern hemisphere, winter for those in the southern hemisphere. It’s more or less, half way through the year. Did you start the year full of plans and dreams of what … Continue reading

Posted in June 2016 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

A New Irish Ghost Story

I began writing this post to get the word out that I’ve released a new Irish ghost story, An Unbidden Visitor, yesterday. When better to do so than during the St Patrick’s week celebrations? I got a surprise this morning … Continue reading

Posted in March 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Woman Among Many: Women Aloud NI

Organiser, MC, performer – it seemed a lot to do, especially in the weeks leading up to Women Aloud Fermanagh when I worked feverishly to pull it all together. I had to find and encourage women writers in Fermanagh to … Continue reading

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Wishing You A Warm, Comforting Christmas

On Sunday night I left my comfy chair beside our fireplace to attend a concert in Belfast. Relaxing into my seat in the concert hall, I savoured I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas sung by a classical trio. I’m sure … Continue reading

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