British wildlife walks, sport in 2015 and the ten best places to visit in England

Posted on April 25, 2015

Tis spring! There is sunshine! And I am being A Dick in Public by humming Morecambe and Wise a bit more often than in wise in leafy west London after taking a razor to half my hair.  But I care not, because there is sunshine.

I don’t actually have SAD – winter is splendid too, with its pile of books, spicy stews, mulled wine and unashamed weight gain – but one must say that spring on the Thames is wonderful darling. Pip pip.

Thus, a short post, as I am now Immensely Busy *fans self importantly*. I’m editing Maybe Thursday You Can Sleep aka Taste the Bright Lights II for publication, doing my writing job, finding time for cider and steak, and completing a writing course on getting my non-fiction book pitched to publishers.

(Obviously the latter is cloaked in secrecy as the idea will be stolen otherwise, but think PHSE, relationship advice and advocacy for young women *shakes cane*.)

On a sunnier note, recently I’ve written about:

My top ten places to visit in England for English Tourism Week (proper convo-in-pub provoker for other geeky travel types). Includes Stonehenge, part of Cornwall and some of Norfolk – You Too can Guess Them All

The best wildlife walks in the UK, including all Wildlife Trusts, nature reserves, RSPB reserves and Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the country; darting around the Lizard and slithering along the Reptile Trail in the New Forest

The best sporting events coming up in 2015: golf, gee-gees, rugby and cricket

I’ve read:

 I’ve wittered a bit for a supposedly short post. I’m off…


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