Shakespeare died 400 years ago this year and really when we look at his body of plays, his work was utterly remarkable today and in its day.
We all know headlines, the right headlines, can prod us, coerce us, encourage us into reading more. But the headline, did you know, is the golden buzzer of writing?
Just five miles west of Cromer, or seven miles if you choose the Holt road, sits Sheringham, the bijou seaside town of north Norfolk.
Cromer, proclaimed as the “Gem of the Norfolk coast” on its welcome signs, is a rather grand Victorian coastal settlement, with a vibrant property market, which I’ll talk about later.
I was fortunate enough to have a tie in with a national auction company, as director of Farrell Walton estate agents, and attended a few auctions live at Barnham Broom in Norwich.
The sales funnel is a fabled part of marketing.
Julian Fellowes, he of Downton Abbey fame, stated this week that he believes the future of Literature is episodic.
Unpacking books with my daughter, an argument ensued about her Rainbow Magic books. They’re ghostwritten I told her, but Ruby, my 9 year old daughter, obviously knows better.