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Guest author: Iain Kelly ~ That Difficult 2nd Novel ~ Writing ‘State of Denial’ #booklaunch

Towards the end of last year I completed and self-published my first novel, ‘A Justified State.’ Even as I was finishing the writing and editing of that story, an idea was growing in my mind to continue the story of … Continue reading

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3 years in publishing, 10 lessons I’ve learned ~ Louise Jensen

Reblogged from FabricatingFicton: This week marks three years since my debut, The Sister, was published. There was no gentle easing into the publishing industry because, and I am eternally grateful – my first novel soon rose to No. 1 in … Continue reading

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#writephoto regulars ~ Meet Trent P. McDonald

I asked the writephoto challenge regulars if they would like to come over and introduce themselves. Without those of you who write and read the pieces inspired by the weekly photos, the writephoto prompt would not exist. So, if you … 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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Hinting at Shadows ~ October Sale ~ Sarah Brentyn

Reblogged from Lemon Shark: Universal Link It’s October, my bloggy friends! 🎃 👻 Colorful leaves, crisp air, cotton sweaters, kick-ass boots, apple cider, pumpkin spice, Halloween… You get the idea. I love October. It’s a beautiful time of year and … 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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Guest author: Trent P. McDonald ~ Dreams… and The Halley Branch – a new release!

Dreams.  We all have them.  Do they mean anything?  Some people used to think that they were communications with spirits or the gods.  Some thought that if read correctly would they tell the future.  A more modernist might say they … Continue reading

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Book launch! The Yak Guy Project by C. S Boyack

Thanks for having me over today, Sue. I’m here to talk about my newest novel, The Yak Guy Project. This is the tale of a deplorable young man who is given a second chance at life. His journey is hard, … Continue reading

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‘Pictures from and Exhibition’ from Tallis Steelyard… now available on Kindle

Now available on Amazon UK and Amazon.com

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Pictures from an Exhibition blog tour with Tallis Steelyard – Partannese Promenade

I suspect that future amateur cultural historians (I cannot conceive of a society so wastrel that it would pay historians whilst honest poets go hungry) will ponder long over the various influences on Port Naain. Now ask anybody in Port … Continue reading

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