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Crazy Little Thing Called Blood: Book Review of To Touch The Sun by Laura Enright

I was really excited when I heard about the upcoming release of this debut novel, not least because I have recently re-discovered my love of vampire fiction. It did wane for a while: I’ve never been keen on the recent re-imaginings in … Continue reading

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The Three Stages of Good Fiction

First of all, a little shameless plug: All Hail the New Flesh, a scifi short fiction anthology containing a piece by yours truly is out TOMORROW, Sat 25th Jan on Amazon for your e-book or paperback pleasure 🙂 If you’re … Continue reading

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Journeying with Company – the Giving and Receiving of Constructive Criticism

Getting feedback on your work is, a lot of people would argue, an essential part of developing your projects, as well as yourself as a writer. Many writers will at some point on their journey submit their work for review … Continue reading

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