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Nice pages Bridget. I just found you through ‘What the Dickens’.
Welcome and how nice to meet you through What the Dickens. I love doing the Desert Island Reads….Elizabeth Haynes’ eight books have left me itching to read more thriller/crime and work through her recommendations.
You are a genius, I love your writing, your enthusiasm and generosity of spirit within the writing communtiy
And I didn’t even pay you to say any of that! Thanks Ann…now my head’s swollen to twice its size I will have to get rid of that ancient battered Laura Ashley hat…
I loved your article on suspense. It helped me write a short story called Waiting for You. Polishing it up now. So thank you.
Thanks Simone – so glad to learn that the exercise on injecting suspense helped you write a new short story. (Great title by the way). Good luck with it
Thank you Bridget. May send it to the New Writer.
Good information on writing here. Twice this week someone has mentioned the value of music to me. Will follow via rss feed. Look forward to your a-z!
What a great site Bridget,, I will be back 🙂
Thank you – have just started to follow you at the Story Reading Ape – fascinating and you’ve done so much in such a short time
Have to keep moving ahead of the hunters 🙂
I’m honored to have you as a new follower, and look forward to reading all of your wonderful posts. 🙂
Thanks for coming over.
Hi Bridget, thanks for following my blog and giving me the chance to discover yours! Linda.
Glad to have you!
Bridget: Thank you so much for visiting Bookshelf and posting likes and following. Appreciate readers like you who love the English language and literature. Look forward to reading your posts. Cheers, Alex.
Glad to have found your blog – fascinating read
so happy to have come upon your page, bridget. i look forward to reading more from you. and thank you so much for reading and following mine as well. best, beth
Happy to meet you, Bridget, I just came across your post on cli-fi as I was researching the genre. I see we have very similar interests and views on literature!
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Good luck with all your writing. 🙂
Congratulations! I have just given you the Very Inspiring Blog Award. Of course, you are under no obligation to accept it, but if you do please visit my blog to find the award and the rules for acceptance. Whatever your decision, let me thank you for being a constant inspiration to your readers!
Thanks for following The Immortal Jukebox Bridget. I hope you have found lots to entertain you and perhaps made some discoveries. If you haven’t visited for some time check it out again! Good luck with your lively and useful blog. Regards Thom.
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Hi Bridget! Thanks for following my blog. Hope I can entertain you with my writing!
Look forward to making regular visits
What an interesting blog!
Thank you – what a nice comment! Glad you found me.
Thanks for the follow, Bridget. It is much appreciated.
Best wishes from Norfolk.
Good quote, I like to think thats how I approach writing and blogging.
Had a rare to visit Brighton on Friday with Susan to the probate office. Decided to go for a meal when I see the sign with your name,, shame was missed you by about one hour. Nice meal in the Cote. See you next trip hopefully. Tom A.
What a conicidence that you should be next to the pop up where I was writer in residence for one hugely enjoyable hour! Next time…
Hi, Bridget. I’m currently working through your book ‘Back to Creative Writing School’ and just wanted to say that it’s helped me tremendously. Thank you for the wonderful inspiration!
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