Books, Paintings and Fudge. My interview with Effrosyni Writes.

On Monday, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the lovely Athens-based author Effrosyni Moschoudi of  Effrosyni Writes.

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One of my paintings … the sea, but of course 😉

I really enjoyed this interview in which I revealed a little more about myself than usual, like why I wrote The Postcard – I was meant to write something else! How I unwind and why having a creative pursuit like painting in which I’m able to silence my perfectionist tendencies is so important.

I also chatted about the things I’m most grateful for like my husband and my bulldog Fudge (the inspiration behind Detective Sergeant Fudge in The Postcard) – who has just currently undergone an operation after tearing a ligament in her leg and will finally be home tomorrow. I have been a bit of a wreck this week. Dogs offer so much light and love don’t they?  I’m grateful for her everyday magic and can’t wait for her to come home. Although it’s a rough road ahead as she’ll have to be severely restricted from movement for six-weeks but at least she’s on the mend.

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Miss Fudge. My dollop of everyday sweetness.

You can read the full interview here.

Thanks so much Fros for featuring me!

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2 thoughts on “Books, Paintings and Fudge. My interview with Effrosyni Writes.

  1. Thank you Lilly, for sharing our interview on your beautiful blog. It’s been wonderful to have you over for a chat. So sorry about your doggie being unwell, hope he gets well soon! I am a big cat and dog lover and I can only imagine what a distressed mummy you must be right now. All the best and thanks again 🙂
    Effrosyni

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