It’s been a funny old month so far.
September was a lovely month, with loads of sunshine and happy distractions.
I never wanted this blog to be something that I only update when I’m quiet, but that’s exactly what I’ve done this summer.
May. A month with bouts of sunshine, of eating (mostly) healthy food, of seeing lots of friends, of undergoing a minor crisis of confidence, and of ultimately hoping that this believing in my own writing lark will pay off one day.
A few weeks ago I signed up for a great new scheme, which officially launched to the public yesterday.
February has been another quick month, and a good one in both research and writing terms.
I’ve seen this doing the rounds on Tumblr, and thought I’d do my own version here. The idea is that we look at the 10 Books that have stayed with us.
I can’t believe it’s December already. Where is the time going?!
This week sees two celebrations of Scottish culture taking place at the same time, both of which are rather up my street.
A big part of my professional life in the last eight years has been about finding the best ways to create and share digital content.