Time and tribulations

I was thinking this week about time. When we’re young it seems interminable, as if the awaited birthday or Christmas will never arrive. Then as we get older the days and weeks whizz past, and we can’t believe another month has gone already. It was also confusing when I signed up for a course based …

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Interview with TJ from ‘Story of a County Boy.’

As I mentioned the other week, an author friend sent me some questions to interview one of my characters. It was a great idea and inspired me to carry on with the sequel for the first book in the series which was called ‘Story of a Country Boy.’ The first book describes the adventures of …

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Writer’s block – The blank page

As a writer I’m often asked how to overcome writer’s block. You sit down full of enthusiasm and a blank screen stares back at you, daring your fingers to touch the keyboard, or your pen to destroy the pristine surface of a blank sheet of paper. Fortunately, this is something I’ve never found a problem; …

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Characters and Q & As

As a change from my usual short stories, I thought it might be interesting to do something slightly different this week. Many authors are introverts, preferring to sit tapping at a keyboard instead of shouting ‘Buy my book.’ Fortunately, book bloggers are supportive in helping to spread the word, and one way of doing this …

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Country Boy background and Bloggers support

Regular followers will have realised I have a new book out: ‘Story of a Country Boy.’ Although this was written a while ago, I hesitated in releasing it, as it’s very different from my previous publications, which were mainly romance or fantasy, and suitable for every age group. Story of a Country Boy US link Story …

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