Having lived in Stirling, Scotland for my university years, and then all over London and its suburbs afterwards, I came home to the village of Ticehurst where I grew up. It's a small village in the heart of the Sussex countryside. I'm lucky enough to live on the edge of the village, with the view of Dale Hill Hotel's golf course on one side, and open fields on the other. I'm surrounded by beauty, and I take loads of pics nearly every day...most of which simply fill up my phone and never get seen!
I love writing and creating in all forms. Somehow I fit it around working as well although, recently, I've cut my hours a little, and will concentrate more on my books. That isn't to say I don't enjoy my work as well, because I do - there's something about being a lab technician, and working in a close team with the science teaching staff, that gives a great sense of community you really can't get many places. And you're surrounded by youngsters - some who love learning, some who hate it, but most who are 'just there'. We have to love these children... they are the future generation. If we don't care about them, who will, right?
had to tell her story, from the moment I read through the 300 year old pages of her trial I won on Ebay! I loved the way she didn't bow down under pressure when she was told to be quiet. I loved the way she stood up for herself, even when her counsel didn't. And I loved the way she kept on changing tack to try and get herself out of a sticky situation. She's my heroine!
Tim Savage, I wrote Sole Possession.
So, enough about me for now. If there's anything else you'd like to know, please feel free to ask - I don't bite! (much)
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