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Guest author: Sheila Williams ~ St Tropez, a story extract and a NEW book!

When I was fifteen my parents considered me sensible enough to go on an exchange holiday to France. Little did they know. I was excited, nervous. I had never been on holiday alone; I had never been in a plane; … Continue reading

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Six men in a boat blog tour: A touch more colour ~ Tallis Steelyard (aka Jim Webster)

The next installment of Tallis Steelyard’s latest tale… Previous episodes can be found at (1)Tallis Steelyard’s own blog and those of his friends: (2) Chris Graham at TRSA, (3) Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie, (4) Annette Rochelle Aben, (5) Stevie Turner, … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Iain Kelly ~ A Justified State… a new novel!

#Writephoto regulars will recognise the name of Iain Kelly, and know that both his writing and his storytelling is always of a high standard. It gives me great pleasue to introduce his new book, A Justified State… especially as one … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Jean Lee ~ My Wisconsin … and a new book!

Look out there. Beyond all the houses, with their paved streets and sour tangerine light. Beyond all that. Go into the dark, where streams appear and vanish with every thunderstorm. Where crickets and cicadas sing until the sun’s first light … Continue reading

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Guest author: Kaye Park Hinckley ~ Why does a writer write?

I am a writer. But why? It’s certainly not for the money. Some people have said I could make more money cleaning houses. It’s not because writing is easy. You have to choose to do it–i.e, self-discipline. And sometimes it … Continue reading

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A new release from Kaye Park Hinckley ~ The Ghosts of Faithful

When The Ghosts of Faithful won First-Runner-up for Poets & Writers Magazine’s Maureen Egen Award, it was a novel in progress. Here’s what Victor La Valle, author, Professor at Columbia, and Judge of the contest had to say about it: … Continue reading

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Mourning Dove ~ Claire Fullerton guests at TRSA

Reblogged from TRSA: Every writer has deep-seated motivation for writing a novel. It may be a person, place, or setting that resonates in their soul, and from this a story that won’t let them go. I was tentative when I … Continue reading

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Moving from CreateSpace to KDP: Sales, Royalties… Chris McMullen

If you haven’t found Chris’s site yet and you are an Indie author…head on over for reams of excellent information and advice: FROM CREATESPACE TO KINDLE DIRECT PUBLISHING As you may know, Amazon is merging its two print-on-demand publishing services. … Continue reading

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On Philosophy ~ Stuart France

ON PHILOSOPHY * It is clear, that every ‘great philosophy’ is, no more and no less than, the confession of its author. To explain how a philosophy’s highest flung claims have been derived, therefore, we need only ask, ‘what really … Continue reading

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Guest author: Kevin Morris: Heartless, witless nature…

In his fine poem (one of my favourites), “Tell me not here, it needs not saying”, A. E. Housman beautifully expresses his love of nature while (in the final verse) acknowledging that Mother Nature is, when all is said and … Continue reading

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