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Transferring Transference

I’m going completely nuts trying to turn Transference into a paperback.  These are the times when I wish I had VAST gobs of capital and could just get someone else to do it for me.  It’s not the mechanics (spending … Continue reading

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CRASHED

Great title, that!  I have to stretch myself to come up with new titles for my Exodus Sequence shorts – that they all have to past tense verbs makes it quite interesting.  They also need to have multiple definitions and … Continue reading

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The Curse of the Copy-Cat Covers

The curse of being a self-published author using the free cover templates on offer is that someone else is going to have the same book cover you have.  As far as I could, I’ve tried to put together my own … Continue reading

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Born Villain by Marilyn Manson

This is really awful.  MM has reached that stage in his career when you don’t know whether his next album is going to be his last.  The fear, post Golden Age, is just what the next album is going to … Continue reading

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Commences submitted to Authonomy

“…don’t forget the violence”  (MM) Yesterday I submitted the first six chapters of my Fleet novel Commences to the Authonomy website.  I felt some trepidation, not least of which was inevitable plagiarism, but also:  would anyone actually like it?  Since … Continue reading

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