Monthly Archives: July 2016

Story writing is just make-believe recorded by the written word

On Saturday I sat down at my computer and restarted work on my fourth novel, ‘The Blade’s Fell Blow’. I was surprised how easy it was. Admittedly I had spent some time organising my work before actually sitting down and … Continue reading

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Sex; I haven’t done it!

I have not written about sex. There, I said it. I have written three novels and not one of them recounts a sexual encounter in any detail. It is not that I have lacked the opportunity, rather that I just … Continue reading

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Returning to the Sorrow Song Trilogy

Writing Eugenica was something of an interruption to completing the Sorrow Song Trilogy in that it was both unplanned and unexpected. I think that at the time I finished For Rapture of Ravens, the second in the series, I needed … Continue reading

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Jazz on the Lawn

The Burton Agnes Jazz Festival – 2016 My wife used to live in the village of Burton Agnes when she was a child, the place has some very happy memories for her. Recently we went to visit the hall, which … Continue reading

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