U.K. residents from Clapham can relate to the opportunity of a better life overseas, but prefer to see the properties they left behind house a new set of occupants– like expatriates– and generate additional income as well. 64 more words
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I’ve been accused (rightfully) of having unusual perspectives on things. I guess being relieved to have received my first agent rejection falls into that category. 450 more words
When you’re an author, if there’s one thing you have to have, it’s patience. Patience for writing when there are babies crying in the background or you’re tired from a day’s work, patience for editing even though your eyes are crossing, patience for the agent query process and the inevitable wait times and rejections, and if you’re lucky, patience waiting on submissions to publishers. 1,197 more words
Today I am wrapped up in a big, warm snuggly blanket of nostalgia, fond memories and my inner most dreams.
I had to go to town to buy A4 paper, envelopes and bull dog clips as I needed to send my book to agents in paper form. 622 more words