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Writers, when they like your work they like it regardless, and when they don’t…

… they think it tastes like the worst thing they’ve ever put in their mouth. Consider this for a moment. How many time have you read a book and not been able to finish it because it is so rotten? … Continue reading

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A humerous look at what is really in a novel

I posted this sometime ago. I thought you book folk would like a chuckle today… The real contents of a novel By Andrew Marsh – Procrastinator-in-Chief Chapter 1 – Inane babble that the author insists has to be in, “it … Continue reading

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Why other writers are not your competition

In the hustle and bustle of the modern world where in many cases to get on and get ahead one needs to be completely ruthless, it is a marvel that writers do not see other writers as competition. There is … Continue reading

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The boost of a great review

As many of you know, I write in two genres and by and large I keep the blogs associated with each genre separate. This blog, Fendrelstale is for my fantasy faery stories and such like, predominantly my Trilogy (in draft) an … Continue reading

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