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Black Swan Smackdown – TWTW # 21

I feel a little like I’ve been running around a lot this last week. Ruled to some extent by the timings of appointments with my Mum’s doctor and with our vet, for Wilson. Just one of those weeks, and the … Continue reading

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Post A Day Review

I’ve been doing this post a day thing for nearly three weeks and I wanted to take stock of some of the things I’ve learned, and review where I go from here. There’ll be a final post tomorrow (my fourth … Continue reading

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Export Highlights From Your Kindle

I highlight a lot on my kindle, particularly when I’m researching a particular topic or just to highlight particularly inspiring passages for future reference. Now there’s a great “new” feature on Kindle which now allows you to directly export your … Continue reading

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2014 Review and a Look Ahead

I don’t tend to do review of the year posts each year, sometimes I’ll take a theme and just cover that, other times I won’t bother at all. The latter is more often the norm. 2014 however has been a … Continue reading

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The Drop by Michael Connelly – Researching Room 79

Yesterday I posted my review of Michael Connelly’s, The Drop. While I was doing a bit of internet surfing and research for my next novel I came across a YouTube video that shows some insight into the research that Connelly … Continue reading

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Work In Progress

After approximately thirty-five thousand words, my novella is finished. Well not finished exactly, there is still a considerable amount of work to do before you’ll be able to download it to your favourite e-reader or get a paper copy. Probably … Continue reading

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Beach Hut

You could easily get bored of this, unless it was your choice.  Sitting day after day, in all weathers watching the tide come in and go out.  Between April and September is when the Council think it’s busy, because that’s … Continue reading

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