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November 2017: Latest news – A busy time coming up! Not only have I contributed to the anthology A Different Kind of Kent by the Writers of Whitstable to be published on 1st December, but my first novel, From This Day Forward will be published very soon. For details of dates of publication, and how to order, please look at the My Books page of this site.

Check out details for the Whitstable Literary Festival in May 2017. I will be volunteering this year, rather than hosting a talk or walk, but still good to get close to all those books! Please note the venue change from The Horsebridge to The Castle.

Be My Guest, a 30-part serial, will be published in The People’s Friend between September 2016 and January 2017.

Thank you to everyone who came on my walk relating to my book, Whitstable Through Time, as part of the Whitstable Biennale (June 2016). We were five minutes ahead of the thunderstorm – always a good thing!

January 2016: Read my serial, Community Spirit, over the next 8 weeks in The People’s Friend. Will Nate save the Mucklebury Arms?  Will Jeannie recover from the loss of her business? Find out soon.

Written Aloud event: I will be at the Written Aloud event at the Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone, on Friday 17th October 2014. Tickets £10. Open mic session too.

Whitstable Through Time has been published (April 2014) and is a photographic record of the changes in the historic, quirky and delightful town of Whitstable. 90 old images are paired with 90 modern-day shots with captions explaining historic and up-to-date detail. Published by Amberley Publishing, copies are available from Amazon – please click on the link below.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Whitstable-Through-Time-Kerry-Mayo/dp/1445632926/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1398586785&sr=8-1&keywords=whitstable+through+time

Maunsell Forts Article: My photo-journalism article on the Maunsell Forts will appear in the November 6th The People’s Friend Special 80. The Forts have sat rusting into the Thames Estuary since World War II – a spectacular sight and a compelling story.

Floral Competition Finalist: Look out for my winning image of a Thai bloom on a banner in the Whitefriars Shopping Centre in Canterbury from June 2013.

Short Story: Make It, Bake It, my short story, was published in People’s Friend on Saturday 25th May 2013.

Photography Exhibition: Pop along to the Arthouse Gallery in Oad Street near Sittingbourne to see and buy my current exhibition inspired by the sea. For more details, click here.

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