Rosemary Johnson's writing blog

I have just reviewed K A Hitchins’ excellent book about an autistic girl, ‘The Girl at the End of the Road’ on my other blog, Dear Reader.  Please take a look.  Those of you who might have tried the Facebook or Twitter link this morning may have been disappointed, as the post managed to delete itself overnight.  Many apologies.  Fortunately, I managed to get it back, by clicking on revisions and copying and pasting pages of html.  Ho-hum.

Will write a proper post on this blog soon.  At the moment, I’m trying to write-write and build the church website, and do three part-time jobs, and do family stuff.


Comments on: "There’s a Review on Dear Reader…" (2)

  1. Sounds as though you’re just about managing to keep yourself occupied!

    • Rosemary Reader and Writer said:

      Trying very hard at the moment to write The Novel. Finding it very hard going, even though I have more time this week than I expected.

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