Media & Photographs

I am booked for various talks in 2016 - please contact me if you would like me to come and give a talk on walks, or sailing - or anything else!

2015 - interviewed by Radio Cornwall and Radio CHBN.
2014 - I have been booked for Port Eliot 2014.
2012 - Talks on “Becoming a walks writer”.
2011 - Talks about “Becoming a Freelance Writer” at the August Penzance Literary Festival.
2010 - Talks about “Becoming a Freelance Writer” at the August Penzance Literary Festival.
2007 - Participation in a TV programme debating famous West Country authors.
2005 - Interview by Woman magazine on living with an older man.
2000 - Interview by Radio Four’s Woman’s Hour discussing anorexia.
Throughout my career, I have also given several radio interviews on Becoming a walks writer
Coverack Walk
Coverack walk on a beautiful summer's day 2012
Mollie at Cherrybrook
Moll posing on the clapper bridge at Poundsgate
Kynance Coverack Cadgwith
Stile on the cliffs above Kynance Cove
Gorse Cliffs at Godrevy
Gorse cliffs near Godrevy
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Moll on Porthbeer Cove
Kynance Coverack Cadgwith
Moll pausing for a rest above Kynance Cove
Godrevy Swell
Windy day at Godrevy
Moll on Godrevy Beach
Moll running through waves at Godrevy
A view of St Michaels Mount
Low tide at St Michael's Mount
Godrevy Lighthouse
View towards Godrevy
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Moll on board Snap
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Me & Moll on the helm
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Helming Snap by St Anthony’s Lighthouse
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Seagull at Fowey
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Gorran Haven
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Sheep on wall at Morwenstow
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View from Hawkers hut Morwenstow
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Moll at Porthleven
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Sun Setting at Zennor
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Port Eliot Dog Show
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Views at Coverack
To Contact Sue Kittow
suekittow@suekittow.co.uk
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blogspot.com
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Dicover Cornwall Book
These photographs were taken on various walks around Cornwall with Moll and a dear friend who has proved a source of inspiration. Given my lack of sense of direction, we never know where we will end up, but my good humoured mates are used to getting lost in my company - and where better to adventure than in our beautiful county?