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 Comments Leave a comment

  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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