A century

I'm told by those clever people who make my website work (I thought it was all magic, but apparently it's something called technology) that it's now a year since I began writing a blog, and this is my hundredth post.

Happy Anniversary to me!

A quick confession here - I took a fair bit of persuading to start blogging.  I wondered if I'd ever have anything much of interest to say, and then of course there's the fear of entering this rather scary modern world of the internet.  It felt like something young people do!

However, I'm glad I did.

The website stats say - to my surprise - that the blog is the most visited page.  It strikes me it's a very good way of having an ongoing conversation with people who are kind enough to be interested in the tvdetective books, not to mention letting you know how the writing is going, and what gigs I'm doing.  I also enjoy writing these little diary pieces.

So, a big thank you for taking an interest, and I hope you continue to do so. I shall blog on, as it were!

Don't forget, if there's a question you'd like to ask, about the books, the writing, or just get in touch with a comment, you can do so via the contact page - www.thetvdetective.com/contact.html

A couple more things to mention.  You'll be glad to hear, after that last post, that the writer's block has eased, and wow!  It's quite some relief.  I enjoy writing so much, it's painful when I struggle.  I'm back on track with the next book, and delighted about it.

Finally, I'm off to the Charles Causley Festival in Launceston today, and looking forward to it.  He was a wonderful poet, one of my favourites, and it's a great privilege to be invited.