Monthly Archives: April 2014

Scenes from a hospital restaurant.

I arrive towards late lunch and find the place buzzing with people. At all other times I have been here it has been empty, but most tables are full and over half look like students from some form of course. … Continue reading

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A great new thing, at last!

Have you ever had such a great idea for something that it completely fills you up and yet, when it comes to the nitty gritty something substantial is missing? I had an idea for something, about 15 years ago and … Continue reading

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My next venture!

I have been off blog for a while preparing and compiling my next non fiction work for writers. Having posted around 350 blogs in 15 months or so andĀ over 200 on writing and writing tips it occurred to me to … Continue reading

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How social media can be a treasure trove for a writer’s creative ideas

There comes a time when a write has to commit to social media. It can be for a variety of reasons, mostly for exposure, connections, publicity and so on. On perhaps lesser known reason why a writer should be on … Continue reading

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