Monthly Archives: October 2017

Side Effects

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
31 October, eh?  That sounds like a perfect excuse for a certain sort of story …. ? “Eye of newt and spleen of rat … ” The old crone cackled demonically as she added…

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Mature Adults – A New Genre?

Originally posted on Kathy Sharp:
The wisdom of maturity is a rather unfashionable concept these days. When I was young I wanted to be a writer – but quite honestly I didn’t feel I knew enough about any subject to…

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History People: John Jackson, inspired by his family tree

Originally posted on Vanessa Couchman:
Author John Jackson I’m pleased to welcome to the blog today someone who moves in the most elevated circles – the Historical Novel Society and the Romantic Novelists Association. John Jackson is launching his first…

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Welcome. Chris!

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I welcome Chris (Christina) Longden, fellow member of Holmfirth Writers’ Group and the author of Mind Games and Ministers, a humorous novel with a political edge, whose heroine Rachael Russell fights to save…

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Man on the Moon

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
In this little piece written at Meltham writing group a few weeks ago, I exclusively reveal an important scientific discovery about the moon … ? There was a slight thud as the lander hit…

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