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Winter Downs Launch Party

Originally posted on Jan Edwards:
Tea and cakes and books – what more could you wish for? The 1940s themed launch party for Winter Downs, the WW2 crime novel from 6X6 author Jan Edwards, of course! Tea and cake as Jan reads…

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Just Browsing

Just Browsing by Jan Edwards I have written horror and crime for some years now and I do have a reasonable library of books to fall back on but sometimes those little details need to be checked, and it is so … Continue reading

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My Writing Day

Originally posted on Misha Herwin:
The day begins with meditation, followed by core muscle strengthening exercises. Next, I have a shower, a cup of tea and breakfast, which is usually a bowl of fruit and yoghurt. Mango is our current…

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Dramatis Personae

Originally posted on The Penkhull Press:
Many novels, particularly the lengthier multi-volumes in the fantasy field, are packed with characters, some major, some minor, others appearing so intermittently that they can be easily forgotten. Many readers will remember a full…

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Winter’s 6×6 Reading Cafe

Originally posted on The Penkhull Press:
The winter 6×6 Reading Cafe. Come along for a seasonal literary event. ? ? ?

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Miss Peregrine’s Home… reviewed

Originally posted on Piper at the Gates of Fantasy:
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. Quirk Books $17.99 Reviewed by Peter Coleborn This is a better-late-than-never review. I obtained this book in hardcover back when it first…

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Mapping your story

Originally posted on The Penkhull Press:
Peter Coleborn considers the value of maps. Perhaps  you are writing a fantasy novel in which your characters travel across a fantastical realm. Or a science fiction story set on a strange planet in…

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