At the official launch this month our radio programme went out live but this time, a first for us, in front of an audience.
Other performers included a storyteller, poets and musicians.
The chapel, or ChapELFM as it is known, is a great place which encourages both young and the more mature to get involved with reading, writing, performing, producing as well as on the technical side using the state-of-the-art equipment. It’s all very exciting after meeting in a back room at a local library and an office above a parade of shops where noise frequently caused problems when recording
This month I was able to meet a Facebook writing buddy, Leigh Russell, when she came to a book signing of her latest novel, Race to Death, at the local Waterstones.
I have had a couple of short stories accepted this month, one at CafeLit http://www.cafelit.co.uk/Reunion.html
and another at Shortstory.me http://www.short-story.me/featured-stories/722-up-the-garden-path.html
I am currently doing a free on-line Open University course Introduction to Journalism which is time consuming but most interesting and useful. They have an amazing range of courses available. Check them out at FutureLearn.com.