Mister Woodreeve's Reflection

By Robert Bluck

Can the secrets be unravelled if they share the impossible things they have seen?

Friday, 12 February 2016

Welcome to Robert's Shed - and thank You!

Hello and welcome to my shed! First of all, a big thank-you to my first subscribers, Julie (on Day One), Audrey, George, Barbara, Alex, Mick and Di, and Brenda. I'm so pleased to have support for Mister Woodreeve's Reflection right from the word go. Supporters from Dorset to Northumberland already!

I'm hoping to write regularly from the shed - at least once a week or so - with updates on progress, and also to give you some background to what inspired the novel, and how it came to be written.

It began a good few years ago, when I walked round a sharp bend on a path between tall trees - and was faced with a derelict house. A red-brick two-storey house, with ash saplings sprouting from the brickwork. There on the door was the name: WOODREEVE'S COTTAGE. Who had lived there? What is or was a woodreeve? I can still see it, in my mind's eye. That was the moment when the story began, the journey which led me to write Mister Woodreeve's Reflection.

More soon....




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Julie Gibbon
 Julie Gibbon says:

You are very welcome Robert and I'm delighted that support for Mister Woodreeve's Reflection is gaining pace. I look forward to reading the published version and would love to have a printed copy - signed by you of course, if this is possible.

posted 12th February 2016

Robert Bluck
 Robert Bluck says:

Thanks Julie
If we can fund the ebook and people really enjoy reading it, a printed version may follow in due course - I hope so too! If it does, I hereby promise to sing your copy. (No, sign your copy, singing it would take far too long...)

posted 12th February 2016

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