If I was brave enough, I'd either be a punk rocker or stand for election to my local district council. While I bumble through life, without the courage to do either, I write — a lot. I am an Award-winning former newspaper editor, but, truthfully, only ever entered the world of journalism to 'discipline' my writing. I am, unashamedly, a prolific people watcher, fan of social media, anything literary — including a certain short story about a goat with a charming, rather classic name — and a busy author. Not particularly a fan of flash fiction, but drawn to 'concepts'. I write about anything and everything that strikes an emotional chord with my creative side. Author of short reads Black Friday, Saving Balfour and Pop! Goes the Weasel, and, under the pen name Geraldine Grace, the novella Fragments of Hate. Poised to launch new novella.
I live by the sea in Lyme Regis in Dorset. If I had two minutes to live, I'd eat and talk at the same time and probably try to squeeze in a begging prayer, "Please, Lord, spare me...I'll be good."
If I won a rollover jackpot on EuroMillions, I would devote my life — and cash — to helping the homeless.