My guest author today is Kim Fleet, a fellow resident in Cheltenham who has written a thriller about ‘the dark side’ of our elegant town. It is called Paternoster and is … Continue reading
Today my interview is with Jo McMillan, author of Motherland, part novel, part memoir of a teenage girl’s experience of late stage Communism in the English West Midlands and East Germany. … Continue reading
This is the theme for the Open Short Story Competition to be launched by Cheltenham Writers’ Circle in the New Year. We are timing it to coincide with the hundredth … Continue reading
Among the pages on this blog you will find another short story, titled ‘Trainspotters’, written for Cheltenham Writers’ Circle as part of our commemoration of the First World War. It … Continue reading
The Open Day Writing Competition is Glad to Present the 2015 Winners.
At the last meeting of Cheltenham Writers’ Circle the chairman presented a cheque for £99 to one of the volunteers from Winston’s Wish, the national charity for bereaved children, based … Continue reading