Sue Kittow

Location: Falmouth, Cornwall
About me...

I am a freelance journalist with a Diploma with Distinction for Freelance and Feature Writing from the London School of Journalism. I have been a regular contributor to Cornwall Today (Regional Magazine of the Year, 2009) since 2008 writing regular walks, features, antique pieces, health, business and humour. I have also written for Nursing Standard, write regular author interviews for Writers’ Forum, including Bill Bryson, Ian Rankin, John O’Farrell and Patrick Gale.

About my talks...

This is a power point presentation and I supply all necessary equipment.

Fee:

£45 plus modest travelling expenses if the venue is more than ten miles from my base in Falmouth

My Contact Details:
Phone:

Telephone: 01326 312356 mobile: 07896 359048

How I Came to Write 'Walks' For a Living

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These photographs are just a taster of the delights you have in store when Sue gives her presentaion, which came into being because of her book Discover Cornwall. Here’s her publisher’s description of the book which details 20 walks throughout the county :-
Cornwall’s fine golden sands have provided the backdrop for many childhood holidays, but it is also a wonderful county to explore on foot. As well as the coastal footpath, there are numerous less known routes that are great fun to investigate. There are a good range of gentle to moderate walks between 4 and 6 miles in length – there’s something for everyone. The walks have clear directions, delightful details of what can be seen along the way, making this a unique book to keep and pore over for readers as well as walkers.

a Living taster of the delights you have in store when Sue gives her presentaion, which came into being because of her book Discover Cornwall. Here’s her publisher’s description of the book which details 20 walks throughout the county :-
Cornwall’s fine golden sands have provided the backdrop for many childhood holidays, but it is also a wonderful county to explore on foot. As well as the coastal footpath, there are numerous less known routes that are great fun to investigate. There are a good range of gentle to moderate walks between 4 and 6 miles in length – there’s something for everyone. The walks have clear directions, delightful details of what can be seen along the way, making this a unique book to keep and pore over for readers as well as walkers.

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