Fiona Robertson: Beginning Again

Fiona Robertson: Beginning Again

Every week I say I’m honoured to share the post for the attic and you’re probably sick of reading that phrase. However, each week I am honoured to share the guest post, as well as humbled and a little thrilled that someone has written such a moving...
Tess Woods: What Makes a Real Writer?

Tess Woods: What Makes a Real Writer?

Today I welcome Tess Woods into the attic. I’m so proud to share this essay because Tess is a dear friend of mine. It’s written in her inimitable style and with her trademark length (she’s never short for a word 😉 ). You won’t regret taking the...
Ruth Dawkins: The Best is Yet to Come

Ruth Dawkins: The Best is Yet to Come

I’m excited because today’s writer in the attic comes from one of my favourite places in the entire world, my old hometown of Hobart, Tasmania. All of the things she writes about Hobart in this piece are true, and her words brought back memories of things...
Deborah Sessions: Am I A Writer?

Deborah Sessions: Am I A Writer?

Motherhood, especially in the early years, can be an all-encompassing identity. Your own dreams, wants and needs are put on hold indefinitely, often for years, and it’s hard to remember, at times, the person you were pre-baby.    That’s why...
Christine Eyres: Writing With Agnes

Christine Eyres: Writing With Agnes

I’m thrilled to welcome such a multi-talented lady into the attic this week. Christine Eyres not only has a gift with words but is also a very accomplished artist. In this post, Christine tells the story of her Scottish great-grandmother, Agnes, a...
Camilla Hullick: My Happy Place

Camilla Hullick: My Happy Place

In the attic with me this week is Camilla Hullick. Camilla sent me this heartwarming story of how she returned to her ‘happy place’ after many years away from it.   I related to Camilla’s conflicting emotions of enjoying solitude and physical...