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Echoes of Scott

Jan’s latest blog post: ‘Oh! What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive…’ That line has been running through my head all of this morning, and though Scott doubtless had specific thoughts of lust and betrayal at its heart when he … Continue reading

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Below the Plimsoll Line

Jan has posted her Christmas yarn on her website. Go and check it out … it’s fun and full of season shivers.  

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The horror! The horror!

Renegader Nic Hale blogs abut her recent editorial meeting. Very amusing and full of good tips: So, I’m writing a book. Well, no, actually I’m compiling a collection of short stories to make into a book. It’s a whole new … Continue reading

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Submission guidelines

Peter Coleborn discusses some issues regarding submission guidelines: In my previous post I discussed appearances: they do matter, no matter how good the story or the writing. This time I want to mention a closely linked topic: submission guidelines. Almost … Continue reading

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What would you blog about?

Write what you know, they said. So, let me tell you a story. One night, returning from the writing group I attend, I saw, through the windscreen, an elderly gentleman keel over backwards in the street. His body hit the … Continue reading

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Haunted by the Girl in Blue

Misha Herwin has written a new post for the Penkhull Press: It is said that you should write about what you know.I can’t say that I agree with that dictat. If all writers did that then there would be no … Continue reading

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Words in the Blood

Jan Edwards writes about writing (but of course): Like many writers I participate in literary festivals, libraries and conferences up and down the country. These appearances usual involve reading out small excerpts from a novel, short story or the odd … Continue reading

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