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Using NLP to help you edit long passages of writing.

Writers are often the worst kind of people to edit written work because they are frequently a stakeholder in or are connected in some way to the work. Writers know that they should get someone else, a beta reader, to … Continue reading

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Manifestation – how my night-time wish paid dividends last night

And no, I didn’t wake up next to …………. Seriously, I had an amazing experience last night. I have got back into the writing groove on a completely new piece of work two weeks ago and it is going along … Continue reading

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Go to Court, a great resource for writers

I had the need recently to go to court a couple of times and sort something out. Nothing nasty, but sometimes things need to be ratified in Court so that you can move on. Oh my God! What did I … Continue reading

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A writers’ inspiration, where does it come from?

To me, this is a tricky yet fascinating question, and can be answered on several different levels. On a basic level one can answer, “I had a great idea and it developed from there.” Quite true, but I am not … 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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The blogs of Andrew Marsh – fantasy and faery story writer

One of the amazing things I find about writing, is the depth and breadth of subject matter that come to mind. At the moment, Fendrel’s Tale Volume 1, The One Who Will Come is in final proof reading and the second … Continue reading

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