Norah Colvin’s guest this week on her School Days reminiscences is Joy Lennick, a popular guest here too.. Joy shares her school days beginning at an infant school in Dagenham in 1937… She also gives us a potted history of her amazing life including what she is up to now.. which is a lot of writing. Very enjoyable.. thanks Norah and Joy.
Welcome to the School Days, Reminiscences series in which my champion bloggers and authors share reminiscences of their school days. It’s my small way of thanking them for their support and of letting you know about their services and publications.
This week, I am pleased to introduce Joy Lennick, author and poet. Joy joined in the conversations from the outset, sharing snippets from her war-time schooldays. Intrigued to learn more, I invited Joy to join in with a post dedicated to her own reminiscences and she accepted. I’m certain you’ll find them as interesting as I do.
Before we begin the interview, I’ve invited Joy to tell you a little of herself:
From a young age, I was never happier than when reading or writing (and perhaps dancing!). I was evacuated with my two brothers to live on a mountain (Hare) in Wales, being half Welsh on my mother’s…
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