Monthly Archives: May 2011

Research – Sometimes it’s not what you know, but who you know. You just don’t know it yet!

As writers of fiction we have all come to a time when what we want to say in our stories won’t be as polished or believable without applying a little research. You know what, I’m talking about – your heroine … Continue reading

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Flying the Aussie Flag for Speculative Fiction Overseas

This week one of my stories, William’s Mummy, was picked up to appear in the forthcoming Anthology, “Short Sips – Coffee House Flash Fiction Volume 2” (Wicked East Press). The anthology will be released in the US, and it got … Continue reading

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Literary Cats

Weimar: The Literate Cat. As a lover of cats, and all things literary, I just had to share this link with you. Look at some of these beauties!

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Procrastination is something best put off until tomorrow

So says Gerald Vaughan. At the moment I seem to have a hundred projects on the go, but can’t seem to focus on one long enough to make any kind of headway. It got me thinking: do I just make … Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Story?

If you’re someone like me, you love to read and you love to write! You may not be the best-selling author you were so sure you’d be by the time you turned twenty-five…but you might have had a few wins … Continue reading

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