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First Stop on the Blog Tour…

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… is at Calum Kerr’s Unmitigated Audacity, where I ramble on a bit about what keeps us going as writers. Calum is a top bloke – he’s the one who organised National Flash Fiction Day, and I also reviewed his splendid flash fiction collection “Braking Distance” here. Also, alert readers may have noticed that PayPal buttons […]

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And We’re Off…

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A picture of a box popped up on Facebook and Twitter today – a box with lots of copies of my book in it. Despite the fact that this isn’t the first time this has happened to me, I have to say it’s still bloody exciting. It’ll be even more exciting still when some of […]

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It’s Blog Tour Time Again!

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Exciting times here at Pinnock towers! “Dot Dash” is about to hit the streets, and it’s time to organise another blog tour. I put the word out on Facebook and Twitter yesterday and I already have quite a few stops lined up. However, there’s always room for a few more, so if you have a […]

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3hundredand65

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This is pretty cool. 3hundredand65 is a story built up from tweets, one per day, over an entire year (which makes something in the region of 9000 words, give or take a few). This kind of thing has been done before, except there are three crucial differences this time: Each day is written by a […]

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I’M BAAAAAAAAAAACK!

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Well, did you miss me? In case you’ve been wondering what’s been going on with this blog, we’ve been in the process of moving house – the first time for over fifteen years, and I think I can state with a fair degree of confidence that the old cliche about it being one of the […]

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Another Interview and Stuff

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I’ve been interviewed today by the lovely Penelope Friday. Don’t be scared by that adult content warning – I don’t think I said anything rude, although there is a mention of my passion for Brussels sprouts. Oh, and I also explain where PD James went wrong. In other news, “Dot(.), Dash(-)” has rather amazingly popped up […]