About Freya

By days – efficient, organised, multi-tasker.

By nights and weekends – in my head, conversing with imaginary friends, enemies and inhabitants of other realms.

As a little girl – I laid places for Finny, Bitto and Ravioli at the dining table.

As an adult – I still wonder where they went, and why they didn’t finish their dinner.

Welcome to my life as A Writer.

Enjoy the read, wherever you are…

32 thoughts on “About Freya

  1. ‘and why they didn’t finish their dinner’… i love that line, what a wonderful thing to still retain some of that childlike innocence and imagination. i treasure mine, like you, i spent an incredible amount of my young life deep in my imagination.

    just thought i’d visit a bit to thank you for liking my poem,
    encouragement is always really appreciated.

    1. Visit away – have a good delve! ‘ve not been blogging my writing for that long, but it feels like I’ve been doing it forever now. Thank you for taking the time to visit and comment. I’m looking forward to reading more of your creations πŸ™‚

  2. Not a criticism of you, but an experience of mine: Half my life was spent “in my head”…
    The second half spent outside of it–sort of helping others, ya might say. Second half LOTS better than first half.

    I know we’re probably writing about different things here, but just had to tell someone…tonight. So THERE!

    Thanks for writing such nice sentence on mine…I’ll go read yours now.

  3. The written word is a powerful tool; it fuels the imagination
    bringing adventures to life, an authenticity that creates interest
    and a wanting for more. Keep up the good work Freya.


  4. Oooh, a nice twist in the tale. I’m beginning to think that letter box might be more than a letterbox. Perhaps a T.A.R.D.I.S. of some kind?
    P/S I’m a bit confused though. Is it Samuel Robertson or Robinson?

  5. Hi Freya. I don’t see a contact email so leaving a comment; Jon Simmonds, one of our editors, recommended your site for featuring in our magazine The Woven Tale Press. You can see latest issues here: http://thewoventalepress.net
    I’m particularly interested in featuring these two posts, in our upcoming September issue–delightful, concise, and beautiful sentiment and imagery in both:
    Let me know what you think, thank you.
    Sandra Tyler

    1. Hi Sandra – Thank you so much for your message, and thank you to Jon for recommending my site to you. I would be honoured to have two of my posts featured in the September issue of The Woven Tale. I was delighted to see that an artist whose work I have seen in a local gallery (and love) is featured in your latest issue – Yvonne Coomber – her work is so vibrant and joyful!
      Please feel free to email me at freyawrites@yahoo.com if you need to ask any questions or discuss anything with me.
      Best –

  6. Hello , I do like your blog, I had two imaginary frends when I was a child, Bill Bailey and Cuttysarka they never finished their meals either! They really embarrassed my poor mother when we were out and I would tell people “You can’t sit there Bill Bailey is sitting there!” Perhaps my friends are with yours? πŸ™‚

  7. I love the innocence of the little girl and happy that as an adult that has remained, as far as the places of your three friends is concerned. :). Looking forward to reading and feeling your thoughts on the blog, as time permits. Cheers.

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