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Of rain, swords and Ellen Ripley: my first Author Interview!

I’d like to thank the tenacious and outstanding Anneque G. Malchien, blogger, writer, reviewer and all-round awesome egg, for asking for and recording my very first author interview. I discuss writing, the universe and everything, talk a little about myself … Continue reading

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Spoiling for a Fight

After inadvertently almost giving away major plot twists from Star Trek: Into Darkness to two separate people on the same day (I know, I’m a bad person) I got to thinking about the subject of spoilers. Giving away spoilers for … Continue reading

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The Analytical Eye

I have always loved writing. I enjoy talking about it and learning about almost as much as I love doing it. I think you only stand to gain if you never stop studying and discovering more about the art form … Continue reading

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The Open Door

One of the biggest challenges I have faced so far during the course of drafting The Road Elsewhere is the development of my protagonist’s character. We see the reality of the world and the progress of the story through his … Continue reading

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