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My Writing and Me by Guest Author Allison Symes

My friend and fellow author and Swanwicker, Allison Symes is making a welcome return to my blog today to explain her own writing journey. Thank you so much for making time to do that, Allison. Aliison’s first book, From Light to Dark and Back Again, is reviewed on this site: bookreviewstoday.info/2017/03/22/from-light-to-dark-and-back-again-by-allison-symes/. My flash fiction and …

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Path to Success and HellCorp by guest author Jonathan Whitelaw

I am glad to have the author of the successful new novel, Hell Corp, Jonathan Whitelaw, visit my blog today to discuss the influences on his writing throughout his life. Reading and writing fiction has always been a daily part of my life. My mother tells a story every Christmas how she was encouraged by …

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From English Language to Zany Fiction by guest author Geoff Parkes

I am thrilled to have my fellow writer and friend from Swanwick Writers’ Summer School, Geoff Parkes, joining me on my blog today to share his writing journey. Thank you, Geoff. My writing journey began by accident 30 years ago. I was lying in hospital after an operation on my vocal cords, unable to speak. …

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A Life in Fairy Tales by guest author Elizabeth Hopkinson

I am delighted to have a fellow Swanwicker visit my blog today. Elizabeth Hopkinson takes time today to tell us about her life long love of fairy tales.  When I was a child, my grandparents bought me a 4-record album of fairy tales and nursery rhymes. I listened to it over and over again. I …

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My Writing and Me by guest author Tim Chant

Today, I am delighted that my friend and fellow author, Tim Chant, has made time to visit the blog and discuss his writing. It is an interesting journey. Thank you for taking time to stop by today, Tim. Now, over to you. Starting a blog entry, it turns out, can be harder than starting a …

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Writing Book Simulator by guest author Chris Yee

I am thrilled that the dynamic author Chris Yee has made time to visit my blog and share his writing journey. Chris’s new book, Book Simultaor is available on Amazon. It is a most refreshing new novel. Over to you, Chris! When people ask me what I do, I don’t say I’m a writer. I …

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Me and My Writing Journey by guest author Tony Levy

I am thrilled that my friend and fellow author, Tony Levy, has agreed to join me on the blog today to share his writing journey. Tony, it is interesting to learn about your writing and your books A Turnkey or Not  and El Dorado? No! Heathrow Airport. Thank you for your contribution today. Me write! You’ve …

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If You’d Told Me I was Going to be a Writer by guest author by Miriam Drori

Today I am delighted that my friend and fellow author, Miriam Drori has made time to join me and tell me about her lifelong writing journey. Thank you for sharing your experience, Miriam. If you’d told me, when I was ten, that I was going to be a writer, I’d have laughed. That was when, …

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My Writing and Me by guest author Katharine Johnson

I am delighted that one of my favourite authors, Katharine Johnson, has made time to visit my blog today to discuss her writing journey and the novels she has had published. Thank you so much for your time, Katharine, over to you! I’ve been making up stories for as long as I can remember. I …

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Songs of Innocence by guest author Anne Coates

I am thrilled that Anne Coates has made time to visit my blog today. Anne’s fabulous new crime thriller Songs of Innocence was published just this week. Her novels are set in Southwark in one of my favourite world cities, London, England so it is a particular pleasure to have her here to discuss the …

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