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Brand New Year, Brand New Novel

Today for the first time in years, I sat down to start pre-writing a new novel.  I’ve been looking forward to this for an entire year.  I’ve been looking forward to it all Christmas.  When I did sit down at … Continue reading

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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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My new website is published!!!

    I know this is just an auto-letter from Weebly but it’s rather splendid anyway!  In the UK, it was actually born at about midday with mild February sunshine pouring in the window and an entire afternoon ahead with … Continue reading

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Flesh for Sale is published!

As promised, FLESH FOR SALE is published!  It was actually out already on Tuesday.  You know how it is, you want to make sure that it comes out all right on Amazon so that you can redo it if it … Continue reading

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Who are the Fleet?

Once, in another era, another epoch, when there could not be time, where there could not be space, in a universe that existed in conjunction with the cosmos but was not subject to its linear decay, games were played by … Continue reading

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Flesh for Sale

Sistia Scarpora was one of those rare characters that came to me fully formed.   She stepped out of the ether and there she was.  I have no idea where her name came from – I’d never heard it before and … Continue reading

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How to write a successful Dan Brown novel in 10 easy steps

 Choose a popular subject.  Research it with great care (or get your research assistant/wife to do all the legwork) and then carefully reproduce huge tracts of your research in your novel.  Be extra-careful to have large info-dumps at strategic points … Continue reading

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