Bridport and Lyme Regis set the scene with real venues and actual events in the Summer of 2014, the wettest on record in the UK and the pivotal point of change for Finola Neal and Euan Breckenridge.
Their hearts have been put pulled through the mill in different ways and their troubled souls are about to connect like lightning bolts to the ground in a turbulent tale of death, hope and possibility.
We’ve had a marvellous response to the launch of our inaugural writing competition and received some fabulously diverse entries already.
We’ve had sad, funny, criminal, quirky, romantic, saucy and more than a modicum of bizarre; all in all, a perfect blend.
A handful of this week’s entries have sprinklings of sunshine and adventure in them and I suspect the delightful UK summer (rarer than a lesser spotted twitchernit) inspired a few of our entrants to grab a pen and party.
How about you?
Mark Twain knew precisely what he was talking about when he said, ‘Write what you know!’
So, dear creative and excitable writers everywhere, it’s time to ask yourself the following questions.