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2017 Events

Greetings all and a very Happy New Year to you all. I’m currently just over half-way through the ‘bonus-edit’ of Silence and really pleased with the transformation so far. I regret that it got released before it was really ready … Continue reading

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Silence, Orbit Series Book 3, OUT NOW

Hello everyone! Apologies for not posting links/spamming/jumping around and yelling about the RELEASE OF MY THIRD BOOK sooner! Needless to say, it has a been a busy few weeks. Silence, the third and final book in my Orbit series is … Continue reading

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Author Interview with Laura Enright, author of vampire novel ‘To Touch The Sun’

I was able to snag the lovely Laura Enright for an interview after she was kind enough to interview me on her own website. Laura is the author of To Touch The Sun, a vampire novel with a twist that … Continue reading

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From One Retreat to Another

Well, good evening all and greetings to my new followers. Great to have you on board! Long may we continue. I have now returned from my Grange-Over-Sands writing retreat, and what a great retreat it was. I highly recommend it … Continue reading

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Book Review & Interview: ‘Memoirs of a Dilettante’ – H. H. Basquiat ( & more!)

Greetings everyone. I’ve got so much for you this week! First of all, I want to thank every last one of you because The Path reached 200 followers this week! This is truly humbling and I want to thank you … Continue reading

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Striking the Balance – Editing as Art rather than Science

Here’s a general update before I get on to my latest revelation about editing: Some writers I know like to focus on one project at a time, but I find it beneficial to have a few irons in the fire. … Continue reading

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Editing techniques to make your prose sing

Originally posted on onewildword:
Having been a poet for 30+ years, I know the importance of each word. Every single word needs to be polished and perfect—perfect for our intended meaning, the emotions we want to evoke and the music…

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Book Review – ‘Being Human’ by H. K. Abell

It’s hard to know where to begin with saying how much I enjoyed this book. It did that wonderful thing that some books seem to manage with a sort of effortless grace: it spoke to me. It got under my … Continue reading

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Short or Long?

Unfortunately, my short story Off-Buttons did not make the grade for the next issue of Interfictions Online. The good news is I can put it back up on here for everyone else to enjoy should they wish 🙂 I sometimes … Continue reading

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VBU – (Very Brief Update)

It has been two weeks since I started in on my first proper draft-with-a-deadline. I have been impeded by technical difficulties, running out of annual leave and a night out in London during which I did not go to bed … Continue reading

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