Clean Thinking by Sue Barnard

Clean Thinking by Sue Barnard

Sue Barnard Aug 2012

Described by her son as “professionally weird”, Sue divides her time between working part-time in a bookshop, playing part-time at being a writer, and fighting a full-time losing battle to stay sane. She tries to keep an open mind, but constantly finds that people keep coming along and trying to put stuff into it.


Waxwing These guys have nothing whatsoever to do with the author’s scribbling, but she thinks they look nice.

3 thoughts on “Clean Thinking by Sue Barnard

  1. This made me smile a lot. Sue’s a very good writer, and professional weirdness is something I aspire to.


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