In the second of my contributor interviews, meet Rin Simpson, a Bristol-based freelance writer, teacher and editor. Rin has been a huge source of support to the DABHD project and although I did not know her well before this project got underway she gave her advice and precious time freely and offered her skills as an editor to support me through the proof reading process. She is now helping with the launch, but this is in addition to her busy career as a feature writer, lecturer in creative writing and expert knitter. She has a great blog at http://glassjarsandphotographs.wordpress.com/ which is perfect for anyone with an interest in home interiors and crafts. In this short video she tells us of the impact reading the manuscript of DABHD for the first time had on her.