Well it's been quite a year for me. Spent the first half renovating my new home and work place and the last half trying to get some order into my things and my papers! Am happy to say that, just in time for the new year, both my home and my workplace are looking quite decent and are more or less fully functioning. So I'm really looking forward to 2019...
I don't know about you, but I've always had difficulty in marketing or 'selling' as we used to say, my services. But I have always been quite good about extolling the services offered by others! Particularly if I have experienced the benefits of their services.
So here goes...this is a 'blurb' about a book that's just been published in the UK . It's called No Worries and written by me.
If you are a journalist, please contact me and I shall be delighted to make a MSS available for review purposes.
If you are not a journalist, maybe you could try buying a copy, reading it and let me know your opinion. If you like it, then please let everyone know - in this day and age its the best way of getting it read. If you really think its rubbish, please let me know so I can try better with the next book...
Milwr yn y Meddwl "Soldier in the Mind"
This last week, like every first week of August, was time for the Welsh language culture festival - the National Eisteddfod.
Wednesday evening I attended a new Welsh language theatre production of last year's drama prize winner. Excellent!
Ned has arrived home in west Wales from the battlefield. But his recent experiences in the Iraq war have left deep scars; some visible, and others – the deepest – invisible. This is a new, heart-rending play examining the effects of traumatic events on a Welsh soldier, as he and his family try to come to terms with horrific events from his past and the new challenges facing him. In an eternal story about love and belonging, will the bonds of love and family overcome the bullet and the bomb?
Director: Jac Ifan Moore
Cast: Aled Bidder, Ceri Murphy, Elin Phillips, Phylip Harries
Saturday, 23rd June 2018, was the 'soft opening' of my new private practice in Welshpool, Mid-Wales, Great Britain.
I was privileged to be able to receive new clients both online and in person.
It feels very good to be working In Wales. To be working in my homeland.
Appropriate to the time of a new beginning, the sun is shining and I have registered my new consulting practice with the local tax authorities.
That means that I am now officially open for business, with or without Brexit.
The other bit of 'breaking news' is that I saw a swan on his/her nest yesterday, whilst the partner was having a doze in the left background...