It’s time, for action.

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. They’re making an action figure of you. Describe the toy and accessories. (Do you have a catch phrase? Favorite items, clothes, hair style?) Now there’s an idea. In … Continued

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Book Review. The Valley of Despair by Chris L. Adams.

I grew up reading pulp novel adventures, either in paperback or in Christmas annuals. Stirring adventures with titles like Ace Carew, Men of the Mist, The Lost World of Everest. As well as the adventures of Biggles, Sexton Bake, or … Continued

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What do you see? Part Two

As I said before, I always find it interesting to see what people put in their reviews. So I was particularly pleased to get this incredibly detailed review/critique of my novel Survive. Once again, there are things that the reviewer … Continued

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We’re all a little bit crazy here.

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done in the name of research? Possibly, that would be my choice of career? Without it, even though I didn’t know at … Continued

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What do you see?

I always find it interesting to see what people put in their reviews. It seems that they find things in what I’ve written that I hadn’t thought of, connections and meanings that never occurred to me when I was writing. … Continued

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What I do when I’m not writing.

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. If you weren’t an author, what other art would you likely pursue? My father was an accomplished watercolour artist, he was also a superb woodworker and spent the … Continued

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Coming soon, a short story collection from Fuzzy Flamingo.

Last year, a good friend of mine, Steven Smith, introduced me to a new Facebook group. As a result, I was offered the chance to submit a short story to a forthcoming collection. The anthology was being put together by … Continued

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Looking at it from both Sides

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. Whose perspective do you like to write from best, the hero (protagonist) or the villain (antagonist)? And why? Since I get all my words from the voices in … Continued

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