Another week has passed

Another week has passed in self-isolation here in Devon. What have I learned so far? That we are a lot better off than we think. I hear that my daughter (the midwife) is having trouble getting food delivered where she … Continued

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Other things on my mind

There have been some changes, some good, some not so. In my little corner of England, everyone is talking to each other more, from a safe distance. We shout over the garden fence, exchange more conversation on our infrequent trips … Continued

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Never Have I Ever…

In place of the #OpenBook blog hop, I’m actually taking part in another one today. I spotted this writer tag on Marie Lavender’s blog, and I thought I’d jump in too! It was a chance to share a few facts about … Continued

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One thing leads to another.

And it has also led me to contemplate doing something that I swore I’d never do. Any excuse for some music from the 80s, it’s a crazy video but an addictive song. First of all, a bit of background. Way … Continued

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What’s the point in writing sequels?

Here’s a question for Saturday morning. What’s the point in writing sequels, if nobody ever reads the first part? This is a question that’s been bothering me for quite some time. As it stands, I currently have about seven, yes … Continued

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A new short Story. Or could it be more than that?

I’ve been a bit blocked recently. I’d hesitate to call it writer’s block, as I’m quite able to write. I can still see things in my head, the voices are in full flow, it’s just that I’m not able to … Continued

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Blog Hopping. Distraction and me, the things that stop me writing.

What are your top three distractions and how do you deal with them? I’m back on the blog hop, after a couple of weeks where I wandered off and did other things. Which sort of proves that I’m easily distracted. … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, P.J. MacLayne

Please welcome the first guest of 2020 to the Showcase At the age of eighteen, thanks to the Irish Rovers, I met the unicorn that inspired my first attempt at writing a book. It was high fantasy, but of course, … Continued

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Audiobooks

One of my novels is currently available as an audiobook, the Steampunk adventure The Rocks of Aserol. It was narrated by Sam Burns at Circle of Spears, who bought it to life. I have several other novels to convert to … Continued

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