Tag Archives: Atlantis

Bookwhacking

I Googled this word, thinking it was a Real Word…….it isn’t, as it transpires, but it should be.  It speaks for itself:  it’s what you do when you whack people over the head with your book, though not literally (my … Continue reading

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Caged: author review

One of the few Exodus stories that was relatively easy to write. Ester Slade turned up in my mind fully formed, right down to the ponytail. I found her voice quickly as well and could see exactly what she could … Continue reading

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Free Read on Amazon!

This is the Amazon link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CE976AC  #FreeRead #PTSD #SciFi Been having great fun thinking up Tweets for this short story.  I decided on lifting quotes directly from the story itself.  This is what I came up with: The flash came … Continue reading

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Exodus Sequence is published at last!

My new collection of short stories is published today!  Golly, it’s a thrilling feeling, no matter how many times you’ve done it before (not a lot, really….)  This is the first time all the Exodus Sequence stories have appeared together. … Continue reading

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Drowning in the Sea of Deceit

Free to read on my website at the moment is a short story called Drowned, part of the Exodus Sequence.  It’ll be the last story in the collection when it is published next year on 25th February – (click the … Continue reading

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How to keep writing even if the world is exploding around you

Is it possible to write when it’s 30C by eleven in the morning?  In the centre of London?  It’s not so much the heat (although, really, it IS the heat) as the noise which accompanies it.  Every window in my … Continue reading

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