Louisa A Middleton-Blake
I didn't start writing until all my earlier youthful activities (i.e., dancing, clubbing, horse-riding etc.), had suddenly come to a halt, as my retirement age was fast approaching at a mad gallop.
I had always loved reading books from an early age, and was "weaned" on Enid Blyton's "Noddy" books, never dreaming that one day I would write my own fantasy stories, although I was always good at turfing out compositions at school, which were mostly ghost stories. I also loved reading poetry out loud in class, in spite of being very shy, and once I had to learn and recite "The Owl And The Pussyca more...
Daydreams, Moonbeams and Wings Over The Common
The Girl And The Fox
The Life And Times Of Old Red, The Forgotten Dragon
The Tarot Cards
Down By The Brook
The African Plains