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Death as Device.

I read a book recently, which I enjoyed, but in which one of the characters dies a rather tragic death. It’s not the main character, but someone who’s close to the main character, and so has a profound effect on … Continue reading

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Feedback

An author I follow on Twitter posted this the other day, and I’ve watched it a few times since, and each time, it’s made me chuckle. Both as an editor and a writer, giving and receiving feedback takes a lot … Continue reading

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Worth it.

Sometimes I think it’s easy to slip into the idea that writing isn’t worthwhile, because it’s not a ‘basic need’. We need medical staff and truck drivers and electricians and market gardeners, because they provide us with everyday necessities and … Continue reading

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