My favourite books: Christine Hancock

In this occasional series, members of Rugby Cafe Writers discuss the books which have influenced them. Originally from Essex, Christine Hancock has lived in Rugby for over forty years. A passion for Family History led to an interest in local history, especially that of the town of Rugby. In 2013 she joined a class at the PercivalContinue reading “My favourite books: Christine Hancock”

My favourite books: Lindsay Woodward

In this occasional series, members of Rugby Cafe Writers choose the books which have influenced them. Today it is the turn of Lindsay Woodward. Lindsay has had a lifelong passion for writing, starting off as a child when she used to write stories about the Fraggles of Fraggle Rock. Knowing there was nothing else she’d rather study,Continue reading “My favourite books: Lindsay Woodward”

My favourite books: Steve Redshaw

In this occasional series, members of Rugby Cafe Writers talk about the books which have made an impact on their lives. Today, it’s the turn of Steve Redshaw. Steve has spent most of his life as a Primary School teacher, a thoroughly rewarding career. A late change of direction was taken in 2007 when he,Continue reading “My favourite books: Steve Redshaw”

My favourite books: Wendy Goulstone

In this occasional series, members of Rugby Cafe Writers choose the books which have made a lasting impression on them. We begin with Wendy Goulstone, who began writing plays from the age of four when given a model theatre. She then performed in story-time in primary school, where she was encouraged by a wonderful headmaster whoContinue reading “My favourite books: Wendy Goulstone”