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Four Calling Birds – All Ye Faithful, Part 4

It’s just dinner, right? All Ye Faithful Part 4 below. I shall post all 12 parts over the next 12 days, the conclusion on Christmas Eve. Merry reading, all! (Find out what I’m wittering about by reading my intro post) … Continue reading

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12 Days of Christmas – ‘All Ye Faithful’, A Very Merry Murder Mystery

Greetings and felicitations of the seasons to all! It is by now well-established that one of my favourite things about this time of year (on top of the copious amounts of food and drink) is how much it lends itself … Continue reading

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Publications everywhere and plenty of stuff to read!

Greetings all! A lightning post for you all. I’m currently still buried under 100,000 words of a first draft of a new project which is why this is going to be a quickie, as it were, but just so you don’t forget … Continue reading

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A Healthy Dose of Horror – Book Review of ‘The Black Land’ by M. J. Wesolowski

When I first started reading this novella I said how the atmosphere was ‘already thick enough to carve chunks out of with a machete’. Well, it didn’t let up. The Black Land is the debut novella of M. J. Wesolowski … Continue reading

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Book Review – “His Only Star” by Chris Stocking

I thoroughly enjoyed His Only Star by fellow blogger Chris Stocking. This is partly because I relished the chance to read the work of a blogger who’s posts about writing I have found extremely interesting and instructive, but mainly because … Continue reading

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