The ghosts of NaNoWriMo past. 2016

Welcome back to my trip through the NaNo projects of the past. This time, I’m looking at 2016. I didn’t attempt NaNo in 2015, I was otherwise engaged in adjusting to life after work, as I mentioned last week. My … Continued

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The second Saturday of NaNoWriMo 2019

Welcome back to my trip through the NaNo projects of the past. This time, I’m looking at 2016. I didn’t attempt NaNo in 2015, I was otherwise engaged in adjusting to life after work, as I mentioned last week. My … Continued

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The second Monday of NaNoWriMo

Welcome back to my trip through the NaNo projects of the past.   This time, I’m looking at 2016. I didn’t attempt NaNo in 2015, I was otherwise engaged in adjusting to life after work, as I mentioned last week, … Continued

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The Lost Princess

As Ribbonworld passes 2,500 downloads, I can announce that the prequel, called The Lost Princess, will be published soon. It’s currently with my beta readers and I’m waiting to hear what they think of it.     I wanted to write it … Continued

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The Indie Showcase Presents, Kathryn Gauci

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Today on the Showcase, I’m delighted to feature Kathryn Gauci, before we begin, here’s a little about her fascinating life. Kathryn Gauci was born in Leicestershire, England, and studied textile design at Loughborough College of Art and later at Kidderminster … Continued

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