I have a notoriously bad memory and live on reminder notes and lists. My friends on Twitter tell me that this is National Writing Day so I should try to hang onto that fact. So – number One, while keeping up with my nursing and caring duties I must leave reminders all over the shop … More NWD 2018
As I have announced it to my colleagues, I will make it official. This is an enormous shout-out to Laurence and Stephanie of Crooked Cat Books and to all my lovely author colleagues with whom I have laughed, cried and banged my head on the wall for a few years now. At the end of … More Heading on …
In junior school I was drawn to the percussion section of the school orchestra. Of course I was, banging, hitting, generally making a racket was something at which I was rather good. So I spent a few years messing around with triangles, cymbals, tambourines etc. although they wouldn’t let me loose on drums because I … More Now orchestrated!
October isn’t the best month to come over here by magic carpet but my guest today is one tough gal. Here comes Karen Little and some of her friends. Hello, you lot! Ailsa, I hope you don’t mind me bringing my dogs, Chicken and Noodles. I can’t go anywhere without them. They were fairly well … More A Little Bit of Karen
This isn’t the treat but you have to watch it to learn how to get it ……… There you go! Answer the competition question as a comment below or PM me on Facebook and on Samhain (Halloween) I will announce the winner……. No magic – just fun!
Make a date with me! Tomorrow (Wednesday 6th Sept) at 12.00 UK time I shall be picking up the gauntlet my publishers, Crooked Cat Books, threw down. They challenged their authors to do a Facebook live chat about their work and answer any questions readers / viewers might send in. So join me on FB https://www.facebook.com/ailsa.author I’ll … More HIGH NOON
Source: Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Book Reading and Interview with Ailsa Abraham
I have a problem. I want to write my memoirs but I am such a strange character that if you put me in a book, I’d be overdrawn. Thing is, y’ see, that I do things that “normal” people don’t. Ask a usual Joe if he wants to go up in a helicopter and “have … More No, really?
My dear friend Sally Cronin is coming in out of the rain today to sit by the fire and tell me about « Sally’s Café and Bookstore » so I’d better make some fresh coffee. Dig in to those patisseries, Sally, my friend Pierre, the mad baker, gave them to me for nothing when I … More Sally’s Café and Bookstore
How wonderful to be here in your part of the world Ailsa.. We traveled through France a lot when we lived in Belgium and then moved to Spain and we have very happy memories of staying in some lovely villages and also really old inns on our travels. Before we get started do you mind … More Sally Cronin, Eating, Writing