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A great night at the New Writing Showcase

Last night I was part of a writers showcase at the Glasgow West End Festival and I was able to read two of my poems at the event to around forty people. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome three years … Continue reading

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The stuttering start, time to persevere

All writers will tell you that however well they can write when they are in the groove and are flying along without the aid of a safety net, writing a book can be hard work. There are all the little things … Continue reading

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A timely reminder to backup……

Today, my normally trusted, reliable and let’s face it, essential computer did the unthinkable on me. It died. It died so well that no command were accepted and there was absolutely nothing I could do. Well, that isn’t strictly true, … Continue reading

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Writer’s withdrawal symptoms

Okay, so here I am it’s Sunday morning and it is official. I have writer’s withdrawal symptoms, and I got it bad, real bad. You see, I have 4 books in proof reading and editing by others and I have the compelling urge, … Continue reading

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