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The Waveney Author Group (WAG) had their first library event at Southwold Library yesterday (Mon 17th Aug 2015). A lovely small library, managed by Charlotte Clark. Although small it has nearly everything, in fact it would be hard to find what it doesn’t have.

Before starting this author event a holiday maker popped in with some courgettes that had grown into marrows (she had popped home to Norfolk to check on her garden) and asked Charlotte if she would like to sell them, along with the plants that the library was selling. The courgettes /marrows were huge!

Here are some photos, in no particular order:

Pam talking about her new book   Pams cover~FINAL

Pam Finch talking about her new book, Minho Moments

Helen Milligan aka Helen Meneghello Helen Ms cover

Helen Milligan talking about her new book, ‘…and the ship sank’

Enid  Enids book cover

Enid Thwaites talking about her book, Petals of Laughter

Helen Thwaites  Helen Ts book cover

Elizabeth Manning-Ives talking about her new book, Living Under The Shadow

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Yep! It’s Friday. There’s nothing exciting about writing and it being Friday. I write during the day, the evening and the night, but not continuously you understand. I write when the brain tells me to. The characters in my novel are keeping me up at night, again, that’s part of being a writer. You can’t just switch off once you close the computer down.

I had an enjoyable time at Southwold Library on Wednesday, facilitating the NaNoWriMo writing group there.

It’s been a busy few days, not only writing my novel for NaNoWriMo but also finishing writing some workbooks and okaying their covers. An exciting time but it has used a lot of my time.

My lovely cat has been keeping my company.

Cat sleeping and laptop~1~29th Nov 2013

I can’t stay long as here as I have been writing most of the day and need to give the ole eyes a rest.

I need food, energetic food not this…

Strawberries cream and profiterols~7th Sept 2014

Wordcount: 10,105.


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Today is the 1st November 2014 and for writers all across the world, it is #NanoWrimo time. This is a great annual novel writing project that brings together professional and amateur writers from all over the world. For more information log in to: http://nanowrimo.org/

This is my first time of supporting and also writing #NanoWrimo.

I am delighted to be supporting #NanoWrimo writers at Southwold Library in Suffolk  each Wednesday during this month.



I have started writing my 50 thousand word novel today. 50 thousand words sounds a lot and could cause me some stress [I don’t do stress]. So, I’m not going to refer to that amount until the 30th Nov when I announce I have written that amount. However, I will try and update my blog daily or every few days to let you know how I am getting on.

I have other writing projects on the go and I will try and be disciplined and give time to each one.

Yesterday I was editing one of my writing projects at this lovely Art Gallery called The Coconut Loft.

Editing at The Coconut Loft and Art Gallery

Back to today…

This is my memory stick that will house my NaNoWriMo writing. My other writing projects will stay on my other memory stick [and both will be backed up regularly onto the computer].

Memory stick

A big shout-out to all fellow #NaNoWriMo writers both locally and across the world.

That’s all from me for now, catch you later. Suzan


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