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I’m not here right now

Sorry. I’m writing a new book. I can’t be expected to blog AND write, can I? Here’s a silly meme.   Have fun. I’ll be back in a few weeks xx

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Update on refugees, writing and other goings-on

Sorry for the relative silence, once again. A rather tired and weary January was followed by a super busy February. The good news first. After penning the final 500 or so words today, there’s now a – very rough – … Continue reading

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Cake & Quill – Gifts from the Dark

Once upon a time, there was a website named Authonomy. It was full of writers, who, full of hope and dreams, uploaded their work there for other writers to see and comment upon. Much fun was to be had, many … Continue reading

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Writers vs Beta Readers

It’s like this. Writers bleed. For long hours, months, sometimes even years, we pour our very soul onto page after page, until we’re finally happy enough with the result to let someone else read it. Or maybe so desperately stuck … Continue reading

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Just a Little Update

I’ve been a bit quiet recently, haven’t I? I’m sorry! That’s simply because I didn’t have anything useful to say. No, that’s not true. I never have anything useful to say, but that usually doesn’t keep me from saying it. … Continue reading

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All those hats, or Why I will never be rich and famous

In July 2013, I published my first book, secretly harboring (well, don’t we all?) dreams of instant success. As I soon found out, publishing a book isn’t a particularly novel idea. In our age of self-publishing, millions do it, it’s … Continue reading

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I miss the darn cat

On January 19, some nine months ago, the best cat in the world died. Had he lived, he would have turned 16 around Easter. The reason I’m getting sentimental now is not because I’d have loved to celebrate many more … Continue reading

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