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More News and a new #FlashForFriday

Before I get onto the fiction today, I’d first like to take a moment to give everyone out there, the droppers-in, the musers, the commenters, the likers and the readers, a giant, warm virtual hug. The Path passed 150 followers this … Continue reading

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Seasonal Settings and Establishing Tone

If you’re ever stuck for ideas when writing, I find getting out into the world is a sure fire way to get the inspiration flowing. Writing feels flat when it’s not informed by reality, whether it be literary, science fiction, … Continue reading

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Short Story “Under Aletsch”

A strange piece inspired by a genuine event. Under Aletsch   So that was how it happened, was it? An oddly quiet way to go, Dawn. I always imagined you’d leave the world kicking and screaming, like we entered it. … Continue reading

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Short Story – ‘Wayward Farm’

This is actually the original story which I am expanding into my first novel. In the longer form it is very different but I hope to keep the tone and tension that this one has, as well as the characters … Continue reading

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