I’ve read science fiction from an early age and always been enthralled by its possibilities. Even if man can’t visit the stars in person just yet (someday I’m sure we will) we can go there […]
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I’ve been writing now for about nine years. I must enjoy it because, if I considered it work making the minimum wage is still an aspiration. But it’s not about the money is it? Not […]
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I’ve been doing a lot of revision recently. On top of finalising the second and third books for Inspector Kirby I am also revisiting my first book, for which I’ve had books two and three […]
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I write this now because I’m struggling. I’ve finished revising books two and three of my Inspector Kirby series and I’m searching for ideas for book four. I’ve got two other books to revise, however, […]
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Like most indie-authors I’m looking for the “secret of sales”. How do I get the word out, how do I attract those followers I need. And yes I know it’s not all about selling, at […]
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I was asked what influenced me as writer recently. At first I thought it was an easy thing to answer. I’ve said before that Arthur C Clarke’s Childhood’s End is what got me hooked on […]
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