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‘No Way Home’ – Dystopian SciFi anthology coming soon with FREE advance copies up for grabs!

Greetings fellow fiction fanatics. I’m thrilled to announce that I will be featured in this amazingly spiffy upcoming anthology of Dystiopian Scifi: No Way Home. It features short stories by fellow SciFi writers Lucas Bale,  S. Elliot Brandis, S.W. Fairbrother, Michael Patrick Hicks, … Continue reading

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Journeying On – Blog Overhaul & More ‘Haven’ Info

Greetings everyone and a warm welcome to my new followers. Great to have you on board! As you may have noticed I’ve done a bit of a spring clean around here…although, does it count as cleaning-up if I’ve added things? … Continue reading

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Crime Story, E-book Giveaways and More!

Well, I’m back from my weekend at Crime Story, a great weekend in Newcastle run by New Writing North about crime writing. It included panel discussions and workshops with everything from forensic psychologists to established crime writers and former prisoners. … Continue reading

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‘Brian’ – New #FlashForFriday

I am away visiting my family this week and managed to only leave myself about 20 minutes for this week’s #FlashForFriday, so here it is! A Bit of harmless fun 🙂 Enjoy! (For previous contributions to #FlashForFriday, see my Flash … Continue reading

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Flash in a Flash – Super-Weeny #FlashForFriday

Traditionally I produce a new piece of Flash Fiction (short story 1000 words or under) every fortnight for my own personal bit of fun that is #FlashForFriday. I posted Confined last Friday, but I have since discovered a rather delightful … Continue reading

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What’s Left Unsaid – Writing Horror and Another #FlashForFriday

One aspect of good writing, particularly horror writing, is that which is not said. Our imaginations can produce scenarios far more unnerving and thrilling than any words on a page can prescribe, so, when writing, especially horror, thrillers or ghost stories, don’t … Continue reading

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