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Receiving the Scroll Award
Members' News 2009
Receiving the award for Outstanding Achievement
Third prize at the Society of Women Writers & Journalists
The release of my latest book, Crime in the Second
World War: Spivs, Scoundrels, Rogues and Worse
has led to a number of newspaper and magazine
articles, which is simply super!  Here are a few:
Interview on Sylv.net
Fabulous Book Review by Blitzwalkers
October 2015
Military Wives featured in the Dorset Echo.
September 2015
Featured in Seven, the Dorset Echo supplement.
October 2015

Featured at SO:To Speak, Southampton's festival of
January 2014
Featured in
Writers' Forum
November 2012
Under the Queen's Colours featured in the
Daily Telegraph in a joint promotion between
the newspaper and Apple.

Joint Second Prize in the 2010
Scroll Award competition at the
Southampton Writers' Circle.
Third Prize in the 2010 Society of
Women Writers & Journalists Lady
Violet Astor
Competition for a Published Article.
Prize awarded by Hilary Townsend  
at the society's Summer Festival at
the Royal Overseas League.
Featured in
Writers' News
magazine (right).
Winner of the Scroll Award
competition run by Southampton
Writers' Circle and judged by
Richard Ashman, Senior Librarian,
Southampton City Library
Highly Commended by the Society
of Women Writers & Journalists
Competition for an article published
in 2008.

Highly Commended twice in the
Society of Women Writers &
Journalists 2008 Sir Harry Brittain
Scholarship Competition.
Outstanding Achievement Award
for writing and editing
, the Anguilla Chamber
of Commerce and Industry's
newsletter.  The award was present
at the Chamber's Annual General
Meeting in January 2008 by the
Chamber's President, John
Benjamin (pictured, below).