Monthly Archives: August 2011

Moments of Clarity @Greenbelt 2011

Last weekend (August Bankholiday) was the weekend of the Greenbelt festival.  This year was entitled ‘Dreams of Home’ and many of the charities exhibiting at the event had taken this theme to heart and expressed it through their exhibition stands.  … Continue reading

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I explode with questions

Briefs. I’m not talking about boxers, bloomers or drawers.  Neither am I referring to jockeys, keks, long johns, pants or undies.  I’m talking about that special document (drafted in conversation) which sets out the terms of our professional engagement. It … Continue reading

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The Art of Adaptation

Yesterday Amy & I went to the gorgeous Charlecote Park to see Heartbreak Productions’… errr… production of Pride and Prejudice in the open air. In a word it was Inspiring. In three words it was Astonishingly Well-Adapted. This was because … Continue reading

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Supporting an Author

Olanike Adebayo is the author of ‘The Real Deal’ which tells her tale of coming to study in the UK from Nigeria and the massive culture-shock she experienced.  She chose Bradford of all places, and her preconceptions about the UK … Continue reading

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Representing HART

I recently returned from the New Wine conference (nothing to do with wine unfortunately) where I represented my client: the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART).  HART is headed by the inspiration Baroness Cox, who had taken her team to Armenia … Continue reading

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First post

My first post; what to write?  I shall tell you what this blog is for: it is to draw together impressions from my professional copywriting, other client work & experiences of being an author. The garden may creep its way … Continue reading

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