On Dragonfly Wings
While I was writing my upcoming book On Dragonfly Wings – a skeptic’s journey to mediumship, I had many doubts. Doubts, because the topic is very different from anything I’ve written before, which was mostly political… READ MORE
Geneva Writers’ Conference
The Geneva Writers’ Group will hold its biennial writers’ conference from 30 January to 1 February 2014 – and it is going to be a wonderful event, no doubt. With instructors coming from all over Europe… READ MORE
On Dragonfly Wings found its home!
Something truly wonderful happened last week. Most people who know me, also know that I’ve been working on a book which is very different from most things I have written before. It is titled On Dragonfly Wings… READ MORE
Le Livre sur les Quais
If you are a book-lover and happen to live in Switzerland or neighboring France, this coming weekend you’ll be in for a real treat. In the picturesque town of Morges, half-an-hour north-east of Geneve or twenty… READ MORE
a unique writing community
I just returned from a couple of days at Swanwick, aka The Writers’ Summer School in Derbyshire, UK. This was my fifth (non-consecutive) year there, but this time was special as I could only go if I took… READ MORE
Books for young readers are awesome!
I never considered myself a big fan of young adult books, or YA as they are better known. I confess to have read Harry Potter (well, the first three volumes, then I gave up) and I… READ MORE
On Dragonfly Wings
I’ve recently been told that blogging is important if I am about to have a new book out – and I suppose it is. Readers may want to connect and have new content. But in this… READ MORE
The Next Big Thing
A fellow writer and inspiring poet, Gwyneth Box, has asked me to join in ‘The Next Big Thing’ – an internet project where authors from different countries, different ways of life and different writing backgrounds answer… READ MORE
How politically involved should a writer be?
I’ve always wondered about this question, and the answer is, of course, that it is a personal choice. Some writers choose to make direct political statements. Others prefer to write novels or weave elaborate allegories –… READ MORE