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  2. I didn’t know where else to ask you this, so forgive me if I am in the wrong. You may have already been asked into the Blog Tour, but I will ask you again–would you like to join the Blog Tour? If so, let me know. And if you need any details, I’ll be happy to share. You have until June 16th to complete the request of answering 4 questions (1. What am I working on at the moment? 2. How does my work differ from others? 3. Why do I write what I do? 4. How does my writing process work?) and need to ask 3 other bloggers to do the same and they will follow up with their post and questions a week after you.
    Again, let me know.

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    • Hello! This is a great honour to be invited to contribute. I would love this in normal circumstances! I am lucky to be in the middle of putting on a show for early August so honestly speaking I don’t think I could do the tour justice, time wise.

      I am so thrilled you took the time to ask me! I am enjoying reading the blog tour posts of other. Hearty cheers for the tour!


  3. Hey its me again!
    Okay, this might not be the right place to ask, but have you any experience in fictional writing? If so, and if you’re willing, I am requiring some assistance in maybe guidance or ideas. Whenever you get the chance. I don’t know…you may not have time because you ARE a play-writer, but its something you can consider. And its no big deal if you can’t because this summer is particularly busy, I know at least for me.
    Anyway, thanks so much!


    • It’s great to be in touch! I have already picked up so many vacation ideas from your site. Your blog is a comprehensive resource for inspired European travel. I look forward already to my next visit. Have a brilliant Summer.


  4. Hi Lita
    You were one if the first people that I got to know in blog world. I really live your comments and the interaction we’ve had.

    So I’ve nominated you for an award. Wonderful team membership reader award.

    It’s up to you if you’d like it but it’s basically a thank you for your support!


    • Hi Rewa, thank you so much. Your blog is beautiful, I love your recent post celebrating Diwali. We have had fireworks here in London for the celebrations but your photograph is the most elegant. Looking forward to reading more.


      • Thank you for these kind words! I’m fairly new to the whole blogging scene, and it’s comments like this that keep me motivated! :)
        That sounds nice! We have a lot of fireworks and lights here too! At some places, there are lights put up on the entire street. It really is a pretty sight!

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    • Lovely to hear from you! London based. My last show was Fairfield Halls. I love your reviews. The Donmar’s Coriolanus review was terrific. Reminds me I need to go there more often! It’s often a fight for a seat though. I usually end up with a part of the stage out of sight as I should have booked earlier! ;-)

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      • True!! I LOVE Edinburgh. It must be super cool to be living in the most amazing theatrical city. (I’m already looking forward to August!). The way you write about filmed theatre is clever and insightful. I love your Frankenstein review. You pick out contrasts and narrative points that passed me by. You have the eye & perceptions of a director. Such a great read. Looking forward to enjoying more.

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      • Haha, it’s easy to love August when you don’t live there :)

        You’re very kind! I’m actually directing a couple things in the coming months, one of which will be going to the Fringe, weirdly enough. And I look forward to more, too, if I had anymore to see. I missed Medea and Electra, along with a few others, annoyingly.


      • Great news about your shows. Exciting times.

        I remember seeing people in togas queueing for smoothies at Hula thinking, yeah Fringe has started. I love it so much. Have no idea what it’s like to live through the mayhem every year though!

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      • Thank you :) I’d gladly direct more now that I’m no longer in academia, but I probably should be focussing on plays… Has your work ever come up here/future plans for the Fringe?

        Haha, a friend of mine used to get free smoothies there because one of the servers had a bit of a crush. Then she discovered a 7 year age gap. The smoothies stopped pretty quickly :) It’s not that bad, really, you just need to know where to avoid if you’re trying to get anywhere :)


      • That has made me smile so much because the smoothies at Hula are sublime but (coughs) a bit of an investment. A fiver doesn’t go far in August!! Lovely though. Shame about the big revelation!

        Yes – I did Hill Street a few times very early on in my twenties and really had a lovely experience. We had a wonderful chap in charge of the building and the whole competitive style of the Fringe just didn’t infiltrate (miraculous I know!). I did Sweet Grassmarket (it’s a hotel in its other life…!) a few years ago. It was a one gal show did good thankfully. It’s always a gamble no matter what you have done in the past at the Fringe I feel. No room for wimps!

        Let me know about your next show.

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      • Haha, you’re welcome!

        Ah, but when August ends… :) If you’re off the Fringe thoroughfare, it’s not too bad. I’ve always found Cowgate and Leith tend to remain relatively sane during the Fringe.

        Awesome :) I’m yet to take any work there. Last few years I’ve either been watching shows, in a show or sming it. Agreed, always a gamble. Likewise, let me know about yours :)


    • Hey I’m so touched! What a beautiful award. I don’t feel I blog often enough to do this prize and participation full justice. I know that it deserves to be celebrated and express my gratitude to you for this lovely thought.

      I am enjoying your work richly on your fine blog and look forward to reading more. Please accept my good wishes and here’s to happy blogging!


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