The Last Travelling Storyteller: The Magic of Imagination

Many authors will admit that at some point in reality they have actually met the fictional characters that appear in their books. Perhaps their protagonist was someone they observed on a train journey. Maybe the malicious enemy was based on a mysterious character sat opposite them in a coffee shop, his eyes peeking over the top of… Continue reading The Last Travelling Storyteller: The Magic of Imagination

Eco Festivals: Stepping into Another World

Since my husband is a drummer in a folk/rock band I am very fortunate to gain free entry to many music festivals. I often find myself at the alternative green kind, which I feel are the most magical of festival genres and my favourite by far. There is almost a medieval fete feel to them.… Continue reading Eco Festivals: Stepping into Another World

The Inner Child of a Writer by Gina Harrison

Spring is here. To a child this means chocolate Easter eggs, bunnies, fluffy lambs, the smell of grass and brightly coloured flowers. This season of fresh nature and baby animals makes me want to be Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Running through a meadow arms flailing everywhere singing (out of tune). This is… Continue reading The Inner Child of a Writer by Gina Harrison