Monthly Archives: September 2015


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? I would like to thank Rachael Johns for this insight into the non-writing life of a writer. I had the pleasure of meeting Rachael at one of my Stories on Stage events in…

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Seeing the Big Picture

Tick, tick, tick… I need to be more patient so I try to look at the big picture, but it’s not easy.  It’s probably harder now than in any other time in history to exercise patience. In a world where messages … Continue reading

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Escape to the Country- the power of words

‘My Obliging Significant Other’ (Moso) is more your arty type than your literary type  so I wasn’t entirely convinced he’d want to accompany me to yet another writers’ festival, (especially as it had been raining most of the week). It wasn’t until I mentioned the words: country … Continue reading

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If She Walks Like a Victim… – Sue Coletta

If someone walks like a victim, they could draw the wrong attention. By studying body language crime writers can add credibility to well-rounded characters. Thus, making our stories more believable. Source: If She Walks Like a Victim… – Sue Coletta

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