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Finishing the story is sometimes the start of a long trek

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There’s nothing worse than a writer who writes about writing, instead of actually just writing. So, apologies for what is about to follow. In my defence, I have just about finished a piece of work that has been on a … Continue reading

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It’s been a while …

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It’s been a while since the last blog. Nearly three years in fact, if you discount the small spot of self-indulgence last year when I had the good fortune to win a contest. Now that both children are in school, … Continue reading

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The story behind the tale: Baby Blue Eyes

Paul’s short story Baby Blue Eyes won first prize in a national competition. You can read the story here. Below, Paul gives some insight into how the story came about – and how he learned of its success on an … Continue reading

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Five reasons to read Safe House by Chris Ewan

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This week saw the launch of Safe House by Chris Ewan. It is a crime thriller set in the Isle of Man, where Chris lives, and is his first stand-alone full-length novel, following on from four successful books in his Good … Continue reading

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