Welcome!

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAI’m the author of “The Infinity Pool”, published in July 2015. I’m also a teacher, text book author and a translator, and mother of two very human adults. This blog is for jottings and ideas related to “The Infinity Pool”, and to subsequent fiction I’m working on. It will consider the work of others too, along with wider reading, writing and language related themes.

My first novel was inspired by quirks and details I noticed on holiday, but I’m a Londoner and the city pushes in everywhere, so my short stories are more urban. Some will be polished and published here, but – keeping to the urban theme – some lines are delayed at present due to operational delays.

(You could pass the time while you’re waiting by jumping into the “Infinity Pool” here.)

October update: Six months in, there are also several posts about teaching reading and writing to all ages and abilities, because that’s what I’ve been doing most of my life, and I do think that what happens in childhood is what shapes – or impedes – the writing people do when they’re adults. Then there are the posts about leaving teaching – so long, folks, it was (mostly) great but I really do feel I’ve done my share.

There aren’t many reviews, and none of the promised short stories yet, but I did plan a murder mystery and I dabbled in silly poetry while I was on holiday. More recently some travel writing has found its way on board. But the general theme remains writing, writing, writing. All you the audience need do is click the links, watch this space, comment, follow and enjoy! Thank you so much for your attention.

The small print: 

All visual and verbal material on this blog is © Jessica Norrie, except where due credit is given elsewhere. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jessica Norrie https://jessicanorrie.wordpress.com and with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

9 thoughts on “Welcome!

    1. Even more fun when you’ve just retired from the teaching part – although somehow I don’t think it will ever stop informing everything I do (deep sigh offstage from family). Thanks for your comment.

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