Self-Isolate & Write!

If everyone has a book in them, but all most of us need is time to write it, then maybe self-isolation and hanging out at home has a sliver-lining, after all.

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New On The Bookshelf

From young adult fantasy to historical non-fiction; from novels to novelettes, editing work is never the same. Here, I’m celebrating the talent and tenacity of several authors whose stories have very recently become ‘real’ books.

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David

I’ve just said goodbye to my little brother, David. It still feels surreal – I expect it always will because I just assumed he would always be there.

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Bhola's Children: From Strength to Strength

I've read a lot of reflective blog posts this month: people looking back over  the year and the decade with it. I'll certainly take personal stock - at some point soon - but I figured it would be far more interesting to hear from Bhola's Children. 

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No Good Deed

It doesn't matter if it a haiku poem or an epic saga, whether it's your first short story or your tenth novel, that frisson of excitement on receiving an acceptance, never disappears.

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