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Why is it so hard to write a book blurb?

Does it ever get easier to write a book blurb?  At some point, after you’ve battled day after day, does something suddenly go “ping” and you realise how to string the words together adequately?  I’ve just written nine new blurbs … Continue reading

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Elation and Revelation

A loaded gun won’t set you free (Moby cover) It’s rare in a writer’s life that it happens:  a moment that is so beyond coincidence it would seem you are connected with the Truly Divine. Not to appear too slack, I … Continue reading

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Very very very very very Gomenzi

I’ve started preparing FLESH FOR SALE as a .doc for Smashwords and find that every time I come round to editing/managing/preparing this novel, I find myself intrigued all over again by my blurb for V.GOMENZI.  It feels awfully self-indulgent to … 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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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 almost ready for publication!

Six months before my mother died, she turned to me and said bluntly,  “I’m never going to read your novels.”  Naturally I was horrified and protested vociferously but of course she was right:  I’d failed utterly to get myself published … Continue reading

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