Category Archives: March 2012

Can A Book Lead The Way To A Better Society?

Today John Philip Roath is joining me to answer a few questions about Utopian Frontiers, a book that he has edited and a project that he co-created with Mike Parsons. He wants to create a better society and this is … Continue reading

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Captivated By Crime On A Cruiseliner

I’ve just finished reading Shore Excursion by Marie Moore and its humour and drama are still fresh in my mind. I put it at the top of my reading pile because I was asked to review it but it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Orna Ross Awakens Tumultuous Irish Past

No green beer and crowded pubs for me today – I’d rather curl up and lose myself in a good yarn. (And I’ve got a couple bottles of Guinness in the house – no fighting my way to the bar). So, what … Continue reading

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Read It And Whoop

This morning I was telling my colleagues at Writers Abroad that I’ve recently realised that it’s good to look back on your previous writings. You can learn from mistakes and improve your work – and you will also be inspired and heartened when … Continue reading

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Dead Chuffed About Dead Ink

I couldn’t resist the title of this post – you may groan if you wish…But I am chuffed – I just heard this morning that my short story, A World Apart, has been published on digital publisher, Dead Ink’s website. … Continue reading

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World Book Day – An Excuse To Explore New Authors

It’s appropriate on World Book Day (in the UK and Ireland, anyway) that I’m exploring a new (for me!) author. I reserved a copy of Elizabeth Hawksley’s Belvedere Towerlast week and it’s now at my local library. So I’m off … Continue reading

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