Talented author, Anita D Hunt, returns to ‘Patricia’s Pen’ to share her thoughts on isolation through this beautiful haiku below.
Thank you, Anita for sending that in.
How’s everyone coping with self-isolation? Reading, writing, activity books, crosswords etc can all help. Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp and Facetime have come into their own with virtual groups for choir and band rehearsals, or family and friends getting together. Thank goodness we have the internet.
Let’s find out a little about Anita.
Anita Hunt lives in the middle of beautiful Cornwall and has somehow managed to acquire an MA in Creative Writing whilst working full time with adults with learning disabilities and running around after her three adult sons. She has two dogs who are appropriately nicknamed ‘fluffy butt’ (the elderly westie) and Psychopooch (the black lab x cocker spaniel). As well as writing the Memory Sessions, she is a published poet, published theatre reviewer and is writing her first novel – ‘Behind the Curtain’. She relaxes by playing with her camera or a ball of wool and by singing with the Rock Choir. When asked how she fits everything in, she shrugs her shoulders, gives you that ‘I don’t know look‘ and is heard to mutter – ‘sleep is for wimps…’
If you’re interested in finding out more about Anita and her books, check out her website link below.