Loved doing this feature on Wimborne. Such a lovely town, and one I’d definitely recommend for a Dorset day out.
I wrote this at the end of the week of Meghan, Harry and Oprah. A week that stirred up much debate, some of which affected me personally. So this was my attempt in response to move the conversation forward in a positive way.
A longer version of my investigations into who has the right to write ‘the other’ for The Bookseller
After the #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations this summer, I wanted to make a positive contribution to the conversation and was delighted to interview these four brilliant women
Along with so many publications, The Marshwood has had a tricky year but has done a brilliant job of adapting. Personally I love its new full-colour look and am very grateful to Fergus for finding the space for this feature about my blog.
The day Piddlehinton was introduced to the world wide web
Sir Oliver Letwin lives in a beautiful long house in Dorset, and he timed my visit perfectly – just days after we’d been released from lockdown. The interview was originally linked to his planned appearance at the Dorchester Literary Festival.
When I interviewed Sara for the Dorchester Literary Festival, she had so much of interest to say that I suggested to Jonathan Telfer at Writing Magazine that they also do a feature on her.
I interviewed Raynor last year for Dorset Life and the Dorchester Literary Festival, and was lucky enough to do so again this summer. After visiting her and Moth in Cornwall, we cooked up a plan to get her some Vivobarefoot walking boots – I think everyone should have them, but thought they’d be particularly good for Moth.
I interviewed Ayisha after she did a brilliant job of editing my novel for me.