About me

Hello and thank you for visiting my website. My name is Sophie Nussle and I’m a writer.  I like and read all sorts of writing – from fiction to non-fiction to poetry – but I have a sneaking preference for the magic realist, the picaresque, the absurd, as well as the contemplative, the exploratory, the spiritual and the philosophical. Having worked in the past as a humanitarian in war zones, I also like stories set in times of crisis, matching the human spirit against what can challenge it most.

I hope you enjoy what I have to offer. If you read this, why not introduce yourself and tell me a bit about what makes your life worthwhile, what you love, and especially, what you love to read? If you have a website of your own, feel free to place a link here.  If you feel like it, comments on any piece I’ve placed on this website are welcome.

7 thoughts on “About me

  1. Hi Sophie, I was introduced to your blog by CC Cairns. I also have humanitarian interests that I express at gottafindahome.wordpress.com. I chronicle daily conversations with the homeless. My intention is to publish these as a book to give a voice to these friends who are nearly invisible to the general public. I will continue reading your posts. ~ Dennis

  2. Hi Miss Nussle it’s me Amy Ashby I found your blog on google it was on my recommended page then I saw that it was by ‘Sophie Nussle’ I hope you our doing very well since you left. My French is starting to get good now hope your well
    -Amy Ashby 🙂

  3. Hello Amy! How lovely to hear from you. I am glad to hear you are still doing well in French. I am well too, in France now. My best wishes to you, and to your sister.

  4. Thank you so much Miss Nussle when you left I had Mrs Burfitt i still have her for another year, Sophie has a supply teacher but I got a grade 7 I was the second highest in my class!! 😆 I miss you and I hope you are having a nice time!

  5. Bonjour Amy! Mes félicitations! You are lucky to have Miss Burfitt, as she is an excellent French teacher. I have no doubt you deserved it. I hope Sophie is also progressing, despite having a supply teacher.
    Thank you for your kind words to me. I have happy memories of teaching French in Hastings and of my students. I am indeed having a nice time, as I am in the beautiful French Alps doing things I enjoy, such as writing, outdoor sports and helping English people who live here to learn French. Au revoir et bon travail!

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