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Guest author: Esther Chilton ~ Plan B

I’d always loved writing, right from when I was a little girl and I was sure I was going to be a short story writer or novelist when I grew up. Well, you couldn’t exactly call working for one of … Continue reading

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A Fine State of Affairs – Guest Post by Author, Iain Kelly at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: A couple of years ago I wrote a book. I was quite happy with it. I sent it to a couple of literary agents, and unsurprisingly given the odds, heard nothing back. Without a … Continue reading

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“Great Women, Great Writing, Great Stories.” Judith Barrow with Alison Layland

Reblogged from Judith Barrow: My greatest support has come from the group of authors published by Honno. We have a Facebook group where we can chat and ask for help, information and generally boost moral when it’s needed. And we’ve … Continue reading

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Jonathan ~ Jen Goldie #writephoto

She carefully let her fingers slip through the precious pages of her grandmother’s journal. Here it is! June 8th 1918. My dearest diary, Jonathan was taken from me today. My only true love. I think I shall fall into a … Continue reading

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Charles French invites you to his March Promote Your Book Party!

Reblogged from Charles French: (https://pixabay.com) It is the beginning of a new month, of March, so let’s self-promote!  It is time to stand up and shout for your books! Come and join this party, and celebrate your writing. Do not … Continue reading

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Beneath our feet… – Guest Post at TRSA by Felicity Sidnell Reid…

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: Is a fascination with what lies underground a universal preoccupation? A positive answer to this question is the underlying message from Will Hunt’s recent book, Underground (Simon and Schuster, 2019) which argues that our relationship … Continue reading

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An Invitation To Join The U.L.S. — The Underground Library Society ~ Charles French

Reblogged from Words, Reading and Writing: I am again asking for those who would like to join the U.L.S.,the Underground Library Society, to join and write a guest post. I put this request out several times over the course of … Continue reading

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A-R International: Susan M. Toy interviews Mary Smith

Reblogged from Susan M. Toy’s Island Editions: Mary Smith Authors-Readers International I was born on Islay. My family moved to the mainland when I was seven and I grew up in Castle Douglas in south west Scotland. I worked for … Continue reading

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Naming Characters – Guest Post by Jaq D Hawkins… at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: What’s in a name? According to studies, quite a lot. Have you ever been either attracted to or repelled by a book description because of the character’s name? I Have. Names that are too … Continue reading

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Where There’s Smoke ~ Jen Goldie #writephoto

They watched hopelessly as the smoke crept closer and rising on the horizon. “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” Sam whispered “How long before the fire reaches our cabin?” “I don’t know. A few hours maybe less. Depends on the wind.” … Continue reading

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