I’m now dedicated to asking Google for all my future needs. Why? My computer screen decided, without any provocation, to perform on its side. After hours of patient work exploring settings etc etc I gave up and went to bed. This morning I wrote politely to Google and it replied (in its way) press Ctrl and Alt + upward arrow- problem solved, thank you Google. Yes, using a computer does help enormously with writing books, but the looming ‘automation age’ does seem exciting. I guess that Charles Dickens, having been a great innovator, would approve; historically, he was also a great reformer. Roll on robots!
I have recently published Poppies, Pomp and People, about a year at the Tower of London. Previously I wrote The Story Of St Katharine’s and now hope to return to my previous work which involves talks about Charles Dickens and his life. Though now older, my life is still very busy and fortunately I have numerous followers- this one website will coordinate all that I’m up to and make it less complicated to stay in touch and for anyone who wants to purchase either of the books. Because I live in and love St Katharine’s, I continue to write about it, as well as about the Tower of London, my next door neighbour, with which I am still closely in touch.