A New Blogsite: My Letter to SpeechContacts Friends
After blogging here for some years, I am moving to a new site at Frances Evesham's Blog.
I'm thrilled that my Victorian Mystery Romance is due to be published later this year, by the lovely, friendly Wild Rose Press. As soon as I have a launch date for the novel, I'll let you know via the new site.
I am taking the content from the SpeechContacts site with me, and I hope very much that you'll come over and continue to read the new posts over there.
It's easy to follow the new site from the Home Page. There's a follow button at the top of the page.
You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook, and like my Facebook page. So much to do, and so little time!
I've enjoyed blogging on Blogger and talking to you all. I hope you'll enjoy my new site even more. If you'd like to leave a comment to tell me you've arrived safely, I'd be delighted.
Until then, thank you very much for reading.
See you soon,
Frances Evesham's Blog.
I write this Communication Blog
Frances Evesham: on the run around Europe for years, with only a husband, three children and a succession of opinionated cats to keep me out of trouble. Somerset stopped me in my tracks. Now I walk in the country and breathe sea air. I will get around to cleaning the house soon.
I've been a speech therapist, a professional communication fiend and a road sweeper. I sometimes work in the criminal courts to uphold fair questioning of people with special needs.
I smell the roses, lavender and rosemary as I cook with a glass of wine in one hand and a bunch of chillies in the other. Writing historical romances and books on communication leaves enough time to enjoy bad jokes and puns and wish I’d kept on with the piano lessons.