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Join Jack on his adventures with Winfred Storm Caller

Jack Janson is nearly 14, unloved at home and bullied at school and has little good in his life other than his gran who lives in Cornwall and Sarah-Jane, the girl next door whom he adores. When Jack gets the … Continue reading

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2020 it’s going to be awesome!

I’ve decided that 2020 is going to be my biggest year yet. No excuses, no sitting on the sidelines, this year will be about action. I am going to publish at least two more books in the Jack Janson series, … Continue reading

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The Waiting Game

The last couple of months I have been busy on a number of things related to my writing and moving it forward. I have done an online course on how to pitch to an agent and found a great deal … Continue reading

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Scenes from a park bench, part 2

It’s a more peaceful day than it was last week because there are fewer gulls and pigeons flying about. A gentle breeze caresses my face as I sit and watch a courtship ritual between 2 pigeons that ends in a … Continue reading

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Write something dramatic.

I am often asked by fellow writers how to keep ideas fresh and maintain interest in your books. Often, they are writing in a specific way that fits with their genre and sometimes, those “restrictions” are actually stifling the creativity … Continue reading

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Scenes from a park bench.

Yesterday was the first decent day in Glasgow this spring. Now, I sit on a park bench in Queens Park watching the world pass me by in its time honoured fashion. The gulls and pigeons swarm about, using mob tactics … Continue reading

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A poem about my Asperger’s Syndrome given at the Sudden Fame event in Glasgow, 2018.

Last night I gave a reading of some of my poems at the Sudden Fame event in the Mitchell Library as part of the AyeWrite! festival in Glasgow, 2018. It was a fascinating evening, listening to such talented poets and … Continue reading

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