Author Archives: barrylillie

Seafood in San Vito

Living so close to the coast means there’s an abundance of seafood available all year round and one of the most popular places to eat it, is the town of San Vito Chietino. This small town has everything from inexpensive … Continue reading

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Shadows On The Grass

In November I was pleased to asked by Misha M. Herwin to be part of her blog tour following the launch of her third novel, Shadows On The Grass. For those of you unfamiliar with Misha’s work, she’s a prolific … Continue reading

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Watermelon juice

Originally posted on Cooking Without Limits:
Watermelons have become synonymous with summer and picnics, and for good reason. Their refreshing quality and sweet taste help to combat the heat and also provide a guilt-free, low maintenance dessert for kids and…

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My New Card

Originally posted on Misha Herwin:
What a difference such a seemingly small thing makes. I had been ploughing through that mire of despond, which is familiar territory for many writers, namely I felt a total failure, thought my work was…

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Staying Chilled

Originally posted on Misha Herwin:
Professional or amateur? How would you class yourself as a writer? If writing is your main source of income then obviously you are a professional, but for those of us who have to supplement our…

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All blown up

Originally posted on Abruzzo dreaming:
Another lovely Spring day and Mr B kindly took me shopping for whitegoods. Thought we were all sorted in one shop – after some prevarication I picked out the right fridge and washer for me…

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When the Words won’t Come

What do you do when the words won’t come? I’m several chapters from completing my novel and due to the lack of words appearing on the screen it’s become a chore. As a writer of non-fiction for the magazine market … Continue reading

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