This isn’t a tribute to Hamilton, although that is an astonishing piece of work. Wonderful. No, this is about the privilege of telling a story and singing songs inspired by that story in the room where the action takes place, at the Belle Tout lighthouse. The video is below, have a watch. Can I tellContinue reading “Singing In The Room Where It Happens”
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Love Is Stronger Than Hate
As you grow, Sarah you will be challenged by the world. You will make mistakes and feel like a failure. You will feel sad and lonely. Have faith, my darling. Never give up. Trust in the Lord, but trust in yourself. You are enough. You have all that you need inside you. Remember that, aboveContinue reading “Love Is Stronger Than Hate”
Getting Ready To Fly
They let the angel go with a push, both afraid that it will fall to the ground, but it doesn’t. Not today. There is warmth enough. The featherlight creature catches the gentle wind and is lifted above them for a moment, sliding this way and that like a giant, cloud-white gull with tissue-thin wings thatContinue reading “Getting Ready To Fly”
Wouldn’t it be lovely to sit and chat?
But we can’t all do that. So the next best thing I can offer is this new episode of a podcast I do with my friend Emily, in which we wander along the coast, listen to the waves and the birds and uncover the stories, legends and mysteries of the place. Country Living has justContinue reading “Wouldn’t it be lovely to sit and chat?”
“A richly evocative story of heartache and secrets.” The Mail on Sunday reviews The Light Keeper
The Light Keeper is a potent debut novel that weaves a richly evocative story of heartache and secrets.