Tag Archives: Tanzania

Letting Lucinda Loose

I always enjoy reading Lucinda Clarke, whatever she writes. She fills me with joy and I never know what she’s going to say next.. First, I’d like to say a huge thank you to Jane for her courage in letting … Continue reading

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After Years of Professional Freelance Writing and Editing…

Stephanie Smith Diamond is an American writer, editor, runner, hiker, traveller, and expat, who has travelled throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa. I have only just met her, and I’m looking forward to reading her book, which seems to have evolved a bit … Continue reading

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Larger than Life

I’m serving up James Penhaligon on my blog today, author of rumbustious romp, Speak Swahili Dammit, a Bestseller which tells of the good old days when kids ran wild in Africa. I feel we are kindred spirits  – both of … Continue reading

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An Ode to Africa

Does this make you yearn to go back there – or resolve to visit this magical place at least once in your life time? There’s something about Africa – especially Africa south of the Sahara – which gets to you. … Continue reading

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Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

BREATH OF AFRICA was published by Crooked Cat on 15th March, 2013!! The story is based in Kenya, but there are brief episodes in Tanzania (excerpt below), and Oxford. “The road snaked up the volcano towards the crater rim. Dense … Continue reading

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The Vastness of Africa

My Editor has SPOKEN – at last! In her opinion, the beauty of BREATH OF AFRICA is in the wonderful descriptions of Africa, and she feels the main character is Africa itself… That was exactly in my soul as I … Continue reading

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