Monthly Archives: November 2019

A blether with Kim McLeod from Indi Authors World

Here I am talking to Kim McLeod from Indie Authors World as part of BookWeekScotland. It was great to talk to Kim about my writing, my latest book, Jack Janson and the Storm Caller and my Asperger’s Syndrome. Check out … Continue reading

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Do something different to keep your writing fresh.

Many writers when they are in the middle of a novel can lose track of where they are and are just punching out the words. When this happens, the writing can be a bit stale and lacking action. It’s tough, … Continue reading

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Reading an extract of Jack Janson and the Storm Caller at Words and Music.

Last night at Words and Music in Glasgow I read an extract of my latest young adult fantasy, Jack Janson and the Storm Caller to the group. Here, Jack has just been introduced to the giant Winfred Storm Caller and … Continue reading

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