In 1925 Hugo Gernsback, an inventor, writer and magazine publisher designed a helmet that would shut out all external sounds so he could concentrate on his writing. He called it ‘The Isolator’. This is how I write 😂
During the Spanish Civil War, Albacete was a loyalist stronghold. However, in July 1936 Franco‘s fascists staged a coup there only for the loyalists, pictured, to defeat them nine days later. Albacete is a location featured in Branches, book two in my Spanish Civil War Saga, The Olive Tree.
And he‘d bought a new mask and swag bag too…
Noreen Riols talks with candour and humour about training SOE agents, seduction and wartime love.
Our liquid amber tree in all its autumnal glory.
25.10.1944, Boxtel, the Netherlands. Defending a family from the Nazis.
Highlights of being a writer…developing the spark of an idea into a story, receiving kind words from…
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