Thank You And See You In 2017.

Posted on 17th December, 2016

Not a real blog this week - just a quick thank you for reading my posts throughout the year; and extra special thanks to everyone who kindly left comments.


I'll be blogging again in January; and will also be welcoming Kirsten Hesketh as a guest blogger on a regular basis. After the response to her recent guest post, she has offered to share the next steps in her writing journey, once a month for six months, so I hope lots of you will drop by to follow her progress and cheer her on.


Also in January, I'll be looking back at my word for 2016 - ANTICIPATION - and summing up how it went, as well as sharing my new word with you. I already know what it is and it's going to be an important one for me.


If you are in North Wales over Christmas, do come to Llandudno on Boxing Day morning to see the annual fancy dress dip. My favourite character is the camel, who turns up every year.

Gyda Chyfarchion Tymhorol

a Dymuniadau Gorau am y Flwyddyn Newydd


With Season's Greetings

and Best Wishes for the New Year


It's official - Santa rides a Goldwing. Picture taken at

Llandudno's annual Goldwing Light Parade in September.


Make A Comment

Characters left: 2000

Comments (8)

Thank you all for your lovely comments and good wishes, Carol, Jen, Kirsten and Jan. I'm so pleased to think you have enjoyed my blogs and those of my guests. Sending my warmest wishes to you all xxx
I have thoroughly enjoyed your blog this year, Sue, and look forward to what you have to say in 2017. I shall be following Kirsten's writing journey with great interest, too. With my warmest wishes for a very happy Christmas, Jan. :-)
Thank you, Susanna, for all your help, encouragement and support over the year. I wish you a peaceful and happy Christmas and may all your dreams come true in 2017! Xx
And thank YOU, Susanna, for writing such interesting posts. I've learned so much from your blogs, as well as those of your guests.

I'm looking forward to following Kirsten's writing journey and, of course, am 'anticipating' your word for 2017.

Wishing you a happy Christmas and New Year and everything that is good in 2017. xx
Indeed it will be an important year for you, Susanna. Thank you for an inspirational 12 months of blogs and I wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year beginning with ANTICIPATION and transforming into APPLICATION. We shall look forward to your summing up and sharing your new word with us. With very best wishes and hopes for 2017! Carol xx
hi Julie. Thank you so much for popping by and I'm so excited you'd like to follow my posts. That's so exciting!! I hope you have a very happy christmas and look forward to catching up soon xx
Hi Julie. How lovely to hear from you. I'm sure Kirsten will be delighted to know that you are so keen to follow her forthcoming blogs. I will tweet you when each of them is published. But if you want to visit my blog at other times, you would be most welcome. I post my blogs at the weekend - and that is also when Kirsten's will be posted.

I too have been on one of Moira and Jane's wonderful retreats. Maybe you and I will meet at one in the not too distant future.

Enjoy watching your local boxing day dip. Thanks for visiting my blog. xx
Hi Susanna, I'm enjoying your blog and am looking forward to Kirsten's posts. I know her from one of Moira and Jane's writing retreats for alumni of Debi Alper's Self editing courses. I write hist fic too - currently trying to find time away from working to edit my first novel. Do you have a sign up for reminders when you post, please?

We have a boxing day dip in Seaton Carew (Hartlepool on NE coast) and have seen many costumed dippers but never a camel!
Best wishes