I’m Julie Haiselden; welcome to my life!
Hello, all – I apologise for neglecting this page of late and have attempted a quick revamp below.
I’m an amateur photographer (usually courtesy of my phone), enthusiastic walker if there’s a tearoom at the end of the route and chaotic cook. When I’m not nagging, moaning and inadvertently poisoning my nearest and dearest, I work at a local GP practice.
In addition and for reasons best known to themselves, my old school asked if I would become an alumna, so that’s a lot of fun and I’ve also been known to tread the boards and shout a few incoherent directions at others.
So I’m sure the reason for the blog is pretty obvious – as well as the above, I write crime thrillers and would really like to sell a few books. I have two published novels to date and hoping to find a home for the third. Below is the link to my second:
and here’s my first:
I enjoy reading and review regularly for Whispering Stories, a glorious blog created by Stacey who would love you to pop over to take a look, link below (but not before you’ve finished reading this).
I’ve dabbled with writing for children but not had the confidence to present any of those for publication yet.
Whilst I’m not a great cook, I do share the odd recipe here and there, particularly anything that I can create on a tight budget.
Sadly, there are unlikely to be any cakes as I’ve never managed to create anything worth blogging about, yet alone eating. However I will share this photo with you. My incredibly clever daughter-in-law, Emily-the-Doctor, made this wedding cake so I’m shamelessly basking in reflected glory.
This, dear reader, is what I aspire to. For now, I’ll stick to writing.
Thanks for popping by and please have a browse around the topics on the ribbon above. (So proud I finally found out how to add things!)
You can also find me at any of the following:
I appreciate all feedback and respond to every contact. Thank you for reading. Jx