Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Guest Author Post by Roz Morris: Out of sight, but not out of mind

As noted in my recent review of Roz Morris' travel diary book Not Quite Lost: Travels without a Sense of Direction, Roz's afterward for that darling travel diary truly fascinated and more importantly, intrigued me. So I requested she write a post for this blog based on some of the things she mentioned there. Without further ado, please enjoy this lovely piece about her real life travels, writing fiction and personal history.

Out of sight, but not out of mind

by Roz Morris


I have an averagely bad memory, and this has a nice advantage - I can reread books with only the slightest sense of déjà vu. It was certainly handy when I compiled my most recent book, a travel diary called Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction. The book was distilled from 20 years of notes, and trawling through them made them new again.


To read the full guest post, please visit my new blog here!




Roz Morris is an award-nominated novelist ("My Memories of a Future Life" and "Lifeform Three"), book doctor to award-winning writers (Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2012), has sold 4 million books as a ghostwriter and teaches writing masterclasses for The Guardian. "Not Quite Lost" is her first collection of essays. Find her at her website and on her blog, contact her on Facebook and tweet to her as @Roz_Morris

Links:
My Memories of a Future Life
Lifeform Three
Not Quite Lost










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