Stories 2018

Distracted for nearly two years by emigration from the UK to Wexford, Ireland, my story output has fallen, but in the new house I now have ‘A Room of One’s Own’ in which to write and a writing routine has emerged: early in the mornings before my day job. The novel is taking shape and my new environment is starting to inspire stories.

 ’60 minutes’, my April story for the TCWG competition was inspired by January’s theme of ‘Births, marriages and deaths’ and March’s theme of ablaut reduplication. See if you can spot the themes!