Well, it’s all rather exciting as small tasks start to bring together the pieces that will eventually make the whole.
Having helped Rhoda set up Twitter and PayPal, please look out for the facebook link to soon follow from Rhoda. Already the marvels this book collection holds will begin to start the transformation of the old into the new and I am rather excited to see this as I have loved working with the few images provided to me to set up the basics for Twitter. Speaking of Twitter this can now be located at www.twitter.com/VaultedMarvels. Also, if you have a PayPal you can be one of the first to donate any sum large to small via the PayPal portal at www.paypal.com/VaultedMarvels
Paypal is very easy to set up and once you have it you will wonder why you never had it all this time!
Rhoda is looking after all the social media and PayPal from now on, so follow on Twitter/Facebook for more up to date details on the Brechin Project.
Even more exciting for me, is that I have to now leave you and start to prepare for my writer’s interview on Wednesday with Alastair McIntosh www.alastairmcintosh.com
I really need to stop spending money now but couldn’t resist this. Ian McEwan is launching his new book Machines like me here on Wednesday 24th April.
There are some good events on here. I’ve just bought tickets for Sue Black on Friday 15th and Denise Mina on Sunday 17th. It’s worth a look!
😊On another positive note, I received a lovely e-mail from Hania Allen to say that she would be happy to meet me for an interview.😊
Just had a very successful day at a Dunfermline school. (I went there to cover NCCT on a supply basis today)
I spent some of the 100 minutes in each class to do story creation activities, with the aim of eventually creating a class book. The children were great to work with and showed such imagination!
I was delighted this morning to receive such quick responses from both authors. Both have agreed to interviews so I look forward to seeing them this month. What an exciting start to the term!
Let me introduce myself … I’m Chris, a ** aged Welsh girl living in fabulous Fife. (After all a lady should never reveal her age!) I have lived in Scotland for over eighteen years and love it here.
I have always wanted to do my masters degree and also to write a novel. Despite these “forever dreams” of mine, and over ** years since first graduating with my BEd. (Hons), it was a rather impulsive decision to join the MLitt Writing Study & Practice degree at Dundee in September. It was extremely close to the start of the first semester, and I resigned my permanent teaching job a month later!
No regrets about my impulsiveness – loving it all !
First blog ever. Never too late.