Tag Archives: anthologies

‘Tis The Season – For Book Launches

It’s that time again – Halloween? Thanksgiving? Christmas? Not exactly – it’s anthology launch season. Not surprisingly, most writers’ groups endeavour to launch their latest writing collections in the run-up (you can interpret that as ‘sales season’) to Christmas. For … Continue reading

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Fermanagh Miscellany 2012 Is Here

I’ve delayed starting my Christmas preparations because I had a book to get to the printers and then a launch to organise. So there’s no decorations up at our house, few gifts bought and no Christmas cards written – don’t … Continue reading

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Time For A Foreign Encounter

I’ve lived away from my home country for more than two decades now so I should be well assimilated in my adopted land, a small patch of countryside in Northern Ireland. But there are still things I find strange, amusing … Continue reading

Posted in October 2012 | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Launching Into Summer With Books

This seems to be the season for book launches – I can barely keep up with them all. As I prepare to release Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves, a collection of short stories, as an Amazon ebook on 20th June lots … Continue reading

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Foreign Flavours About To Boil

It’s less than three weeks until the deadline for submitting stories and non-fiction writing to Writers Abroad’s new anthology, Foreign Flavours.  The book’s theme is food and drink around the world. Expat writers are invited to submit material to be considered for … Continue reading

Posted in August 2011 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Foreign Flavours Welcomes Submissions

Last year I joined Writers Abroad, an online group comprised of ex-pat writers. We’re living in countries around the world, all settled away from our homelands. I’m enjoying the community and also benefitting from sharing information and critiquing work with … Continue reading

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