Despite the turmoil of the last year our members have had some remarkable successes and there are more projects in the pipeline.
The Covid restrictions robbed Wendy of the book launch activities lined up to promote her excellent autobiography The Railway Carriage Child.
Tessa has had poetry published in The Poet magazine as has Cathy. Val Fish has had an article published in the Daily Mail also some of her limericks for which she has an outstanding talent often appear on Esther Chilton’s Blog and in the Daily Mail.
Stephen’s work is now receiving the recognition it deserves, some of his short stories are now appearing in collections both on line and in print. These are Of Silver Bells and Chilling Tales and What Lies Beyond.
Cathy is publishing two more of her books Pond People and The Godmother, they will be available early in December. These join Witch Way and The Year Before Christmas
Phil has published his first novel Killing Time in Cambridge, fresh deliveries will be available early in December.
Also available are the Wordsmiths first two excellent collections; Where the Wild Winds Blow and A Following Wind.
Books published by the Whittlesey Wordsmiths are available locally for collection or delivery at prices often cheaper than Amazon.
As it is that time of year again we will be adding a seasonal story or poem each week until Christmas.
Here is one from Cathy, first published in Witch Way and other ambiguous stories with the title Christmas Spirit click on the link to read the story.