Monthly Archives: May 2014

The “final” edit

There comes a time when you have read through your precious manuscript so many times and dealt with all of those little things that all you are doing is tinkering and not making changes that are productive. I am at … Continue reading

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Scenes from a coffee shop part 5

Here I am again in the place where observation meets writing and even before I sit down with my tea and biscuit the rich tapestry of creativity weaves its magnificence in the busy Glasgow street before me. Heavily set jogging … Continue reading

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My fantasy writing

I have many books on the go at the moment and have finally come to two major decisions about my writing. I have previously self published a novel in 2004 that was a hard hitting thriller. I am also preparing … Continue reading

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