Author Archives: fordhollow74

THE DEVON AUTHORS GROUP

Despite my Somerset postcode I stole into the monthly meeting of The Devon Authors Group this morning in Tiverton to find a warm welcome and an exciting group of writers working many genres. And the ‘Back Room’ of The Independent Coffee … Continue reading

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NEW FOREST PLAYERS

Good to see my play PLACE OF REFUGE on stage for New Forest Players 90th Anniversary Winners’ Week, one of six performed, a third evening performance during a very hot week which limited audience numbers. A very strong performance was put … Continue reading

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NEW FOREST PLAYERS AT 90.

The New Forest Players are celebrating their ninety years of theatrical performance this week following their playwriting competition with six one act plays, three for a younger audiences, three for older audiences. My play PLACE OF REFUGE is one of … Continue reading

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AND MORE…

Fun to be had on 11th July. I will have to face the Chudleigh Writers’ Circle ‘Dragons’ with a competitive opportunity to pitch my current WIP novel, JOE’S BEECH (aka The Register of Joe’s Trees), the story of a teenage … Continue reading

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JULY

I’m a little ahead of myself; through the heat of June days, July is approaching. For me it will be an exciting month on the writing front. In the third week of July the New Forest Players are celebrating their … Continue reading

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MID-SUMMER

Now we are in mid-summer of hot and still long days, but just minutes shorter day by day. Many birds have fledged from their nests setting out on their task of building up their strength and weight to get through the winter months, … Continue reading

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THE SAGA OF THE HOUSE MARTINS…

… continues. After many blank days – and reports around the country of the lack of swifts, swallows and martins this summer – a pair of martins were here on Friday fluttering up to eaves, checking last years nests, both the … Continue reading

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