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Playing with Cat Toys in Sunshine.

Cat Walk is released in September and copies can be ordered in advance, signed from Solva Woollen Mill, both book and calendar ( might have to email them for the calendar though). Meanwhile a few weeks ago the cats were … Continue reading

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Howl; or, learning the shape of a wolf.

I drove. It was a long way, but not far off the motorway I came to  a place of tall trees. A small village. I couldn’t follow the satnav and so I stopped the van and asked some people out … Continue reading

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Exciting Adventures with small bears.

“Mary”, I said, “I’m tired.” “Me too,” said Mary. “It was fun though.” “Yes.  What an adventure. Hard to think where to begin. So many exciting things.” “Start at the beginning,” said Mary. “Ok. Well, I was scared of flying, … Continue reading

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Kelpies

A Kelpie is a Scottish water horse. Should you ever meet one do not be tempted to climb onto its back to ride as it will take you to water and drown you. It is a creature of myth and … Continue reading

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Husband. Father. Royal Assassin.

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Natural History/Art/Pets/Poetry/Fiction/NonFiction/Cats

During a twitter conversation with Foyles Bookstore a couple of days ago I realised one of the reasons it had taken me seven years to find a publisher for Cat Walk was because it is ‘uncategorizable’. Foyles kindly sent me … Continue reading

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Things that fly and the Strawberry Fox.

Mary said, “Why are you collecting feathers?” And I said, “It’s a secret Mary. Something I am working on.” Mary said, “Are people sending you feathers?” And I said, “Yes. Some people are sending me great bunches of feathers and … Continue reading

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Bags and the Bone of a Seal.

When I am writing my bag goes everywhere with me. Even into my studio. Usually I write on the hill, looking out over the sea, but when a story is nagging you never know when you might catch a word … Continue reading

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Walking to work

Today I decided to walk to work. I set off, with book and pen, dogs and camera, up the hill, past toadflax, down to the see and out onto the wild land that is St Davids Head. But this land … Continue reading

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Book launch in Solva Woollen Mill

For some years now Solva Woollen Mill have been a fantastic supporter of my work. They not only sell my books, they also work to sell signed copies of the books online and post to anywhere in the world. They … Continue reading

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