Are there any story writers on here that would like to be my friend?


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Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

We have a few but how could any be your friend? You're anonymous.

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Ian Craven
Ian Craven commented
Sorry, I didn't realize I made myself anonymous. I'm Ian Craven. I'll follow you.
Didge Doo
Didge Doo commented
HI Ian. I've written a couple of books and taught creative writing to a seniors' group for a few years. Most of my stuff was to do with sport or humour (or both). I'll follow you back. :)
Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
:) :) :) :)
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Ray Dart answered

We have a published story writer here (I'm sure he will identify himself as such when/if he wants to), and I have had articles published (non-fiction) in the British press. There may be others.

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Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Are there links to your articles on hillforts and stone circles? Pilgrim's Way too? It's just a personal interest, nothing pressing.

And personally I think technical writing is much enhanced by the use of whilst and such, maintains some human heart and human spirit in that aspect of our lives.
Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
I doubt that after *&! years, the "Chatham News" still has (or ever had) any of my articles in a computer-readable form. Since some of them were written as "Walks in the Kent countryside" it was always possible that they might make it into some sort of consolidated guide, but so far as I know, that never happened (otherwise I would be seeking royalties :) )

If you want to know anything about Southern English hillforts, the "Medway Megaliths" and/or the Pilgrim's way (or the even older Icknield Way), I'll be happy to share what I know (and what I have personally researched) - I can bore on such subjects for HOURS!. :)
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Ray, I would love to keep the idea then of your information as just a possibility, as time goes on?

And I will prolly Google those sites right now...actually it is the psychology of those fascinating ancient folk that I find so interesting.

And you have traveled a lot (oops, I mean "travelled"), don't you think Britain is one of the world's truly fascinating places? And just for that reason, the people...and how they lived on the land, just really interwove their own lives with the land...

See, I can go on and on with lots of boring stuff too!
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Virginia Lou answered

Dear Ian,

I have written a few books, although they tend to be history, natural history, or other types of non-fiction.

Even though writing books is not what I am doing now, still I have enjoyed the friendship and the writing of authors on this site, including Didge Doo.

I will go and "friend" you now, with pleasure.

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