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The observant writer

This morning I woke to fine I had to go to the shops for by breakfast. Not a big deal when you consider the events of the last two days, but it gave me the chance to put my writer’s … Continue reading

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A new venture about to take off.

I am really excited about a new venture of mine that is about to be launched. I am starting my own complimentary therapist/life coaching business in Glasgow and I thought you would be interested to know. Without going into the … Continue reading

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Scenes from a London coffee shop

I have moved on from breakfast and now sit a couple of blocks away in a poorly chosen café at south Kensington tube station.  I study with disgust the reheated scone and a piece of plastic shortcake on my plate that … Continue reading

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Why writers are emotional wrecks when they finish their book

If you happen to know a writer then it is pretty much a sure bet that sometimes when you meet them they are just an emotional wreck and are completely wasted. This is especially the case when they are writing … Continue reading

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People Watching – another valuable resource for writers

Okay, we need to get this straight before we go any further, this is not about voyeurism, stalking, intrusive surveillance or anything like that. It is about watching people doing everyday things and how this can help you in your … Continue reading

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