Posts Tagged: writing in cafes

Tea-d Off

I’ve tried to adapt. Change is good. It keeps things fresh, they say. Minty fresh, in fact. A couple of months ago I was forced to accept that my favorite hot beverage at Starbucks, Tazo Zen tea, a refreshing blend

Tea-d Off

I’ve tried to adapt. Change is good. It keeps things fresh, they say. Minty fresh, in fact. A couple of months ago I was forced to accept that my favorite hot beverage at Starbucks, Tazo Zen tea, a refreshing blend

Eavesdropping, me?

I am optimistic as I settle in to write. I flip open my computer, but after three sips of tea I realize it’s doomed. Behind me,  occupying a circle of soft chairs are a dozen males and females in their

Eavesdropping, me?

I am optimistic as I settle in to write. I flip open my computer, but after three sips of tea I realize it’s doomed. Behind me,  occupying a circle of soft chairs are a dozen males and females in their

Me on the radio

Here is a recording of the radio interview I did recently. It aired on a variety of stations in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. In it, I discuss my career in the fashion industry, the heady thrills, the

Me on the radio

Here is a recording of the radio interview I did recently. It aired on a variety of stations in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. In it, I discuss my career in the fashion industry, the heady thrills, the

Writer’s Corner

I woke up in a funk. Not the seventies soulful, paisley-patterned, psychedelic kind but a restless, mean spirited, pouty kind. There was a mist hanging over the city and I thought disappearing into it might help dispel the one over

Writer’s Corner

I woke up in a funk. Not the seventies soulful, paisley-patterned, psychedelic kind but a restless, mean spirited, pouty kind. There was a mist hanging over the city and I thought disappearing into it might help dispel the one over