Sometimes I have a burning question I want to ask or a snippet I half remember from something someone has written in the dim and distant past. Other times I just want to say hello to the people I meet along the way of my online journey. If you find yourself in either of these two camps, or indeed in any other camp, then please feel free to send me a message as I love to start a conversation with people.

I will always respond but due to the amount of mail I receive it may take a day or so to do so.

If I haven’t responded within a week though it’s likely your message got lost along the information superhighway, perhaps it fell out of the postman’s mail bag, if that happens please send the message again.

An alternative way to get in touch is by leaving a comment on any of the blog posts. I read them all, and usually respond (except where people are having conversations between themselves).

You can also find me on LinkedIn. If we’re connected you’ll have my telephone number and address too.

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6 thoughts on “Do get in touch and say hello

  1. It’s good to talk. are you sat somewhere now writing?
    What are you working on?
    I am sat high up in St Ives Cornwall looking at the beautiful aqua sea, doing a little writing.



    1. What a beautiful place to write Roy. I took myself off to a little cottage near Lands End on two occasions to finish my novel, it was so peaceful that I didn’t want to come home 🙂


  2. Hi Linda,
    okay..trying this again. I think I deleted my first attempt. So if you get two copies of virtually the same message, please forgive me. You most likely know that Madison has passed the Friday Fictioneers baton to me. I’d like to print some business cards with the logo you designed if I may have your permission. Looking forward to hearing from you,


    1. If you don’t mind I’ll redraw it properly for you first Rochelle and send it over to your email address first. Is that OK? Would you like a particular size or should I just make it print quality as at the moment, it’s just web quality so not much good for printing on business cards.


      1. Thank you, Linda. That would be wonderful. It doesn’t have to be huge since I’ll be reducing it on the business card. So I guess the answer is print quality. Again, thanks.


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