Author’s Home Page

Celia Micklefield - author

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Welcome to my author website. I’m glad you found me. You may have read some of my short stories already. Here on my website I’d like to tell you more about myself and my work as well as upload further stories for you to enjoy.

Short stories.  Not all my short stories are women’s magazine material. I enjoy writing for readers of women’s magazines, but I have a dark side. I can’t resist endings that are unexpected, even shocking. I also enjoy writing comedy. Sometimes, the two combine. The result is often a story of the funny peculiar variety – dark humour. Blame the Yorkshire weather I grew up with.

I love plenty of variety in the books I choose to read and in what I choose to write. It’s the same with food. I love fancy meals with rich sauces, but occasionally all I want is beans on toast.

Variety is the spice of my life. My blog posts are under the heading Random Thoughts. You’ll see a variety of subjects there, too. I’m writing about writing, about reading, about living in France and about the enormous learning curve I endured to put this website together.

Click on all the headings in the menu to read more, including the ones at the head of the drop-down boxes…

You can choose categories to read from the drop down box in the sidebar, or you can just click on one of the words in my tag cloud at the bottom of the page.  Scroll down to find links for recent posts. I’ve recently added a new widget at the top of the sidebar that shows you the Top Ten most popular posts. I hope it’s useful.

If you would like to receive notification of new posts, please fill in the boxes under FOLLOW CELIA. Your email remains private.

Drop me a message. I’d love to hear from you. I’m on Twitter @CMicklefield and I have an author page on Facebook, too.

Thank you for visiting,

Celia

 

Please click the Tweet button to give me a mention on Twitter.

Join me on my Facebook author page. I’d love to meet you.

Random page headings are taken from my own photographs of living in Languedoc.

28 thoughts on “Author’s Home Page

    1. Hello Teagan, thanks for popping in. I hope I made all the links properly. Nice to make a new writer friend.
      Cheers!
      Celia

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  2. Hello Celia. I like your website. Can relate to the stress and frustration of setting one up. Have sort of got mine set up with a book blog. At least its out there :) I’m another retired writer working on her first full length novel. Have written history for the past 18 years as a heritage consultant in Western Australia – nothing like the long life heritage of Europe of course. Am following on twitter and look forward to reading more.

    1. Thank you for visiting Irene. I wish you all the best with your website. I enjoy updating mine. I recently submitted my first novel and now I’m chewing my nails.
      All the best,
      Celia

    1. Hello Isaiah, thank you for your kind comments. I write new posts regularly. Sometimes three times a week.
      Thanks for visiting. I look forward to hearing from you again,
      Celia

  3. Love your site, Celia, really interesting and a great layout!
    Can see why you sing so beautifully – you’re obviously turned on by all the wonderful things there are about living in the Languedoc!
    Sam xxx

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    1. Thank you for your visit. I’m no expert at this blogging malarkey. I’ve still a lot to learn, but I’m really enjoying so far.

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    1. Yay! There’s still a lot to learn about this Codex malarkey, but I do enjoy a challenge.
      Cheers!
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