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Natasha Duncan-Drake
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Author and geek.
Author and geek.

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Who is doing the AtoZChallenge this year? It's always so much fun and now is the time to be planning.

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I'm really lucky this week because I have another wonderful author guesting on my blog today. Patricia Josephine talks about Alien Werewolves and her new book, Abuducted life.

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I have the lovely Tiffany Shand guesting on my blog today and she is talking about serialised fiction.

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A little flash fiction for Valentine's Day. Just something a little silly with vampires :) Enjoy!

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So the AtoZChallenge is changing a wee bit, but it sounds like a step forward. Looking forward to it as ever.

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My first paperback is now available - yay! So I thought I would share some of the joys of going from eBook only publishing to paperback as well. There were a few WTH moments along the way :).

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A healthy, tasty recipe for you today. I made this last night and it was a resounding success :). It has chicken and couscous, so not veggie or gluten free, but I do discus how it can easily be adapted, so never fear.

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Get ready for a very important announcement on Feb 6th for the AtoZChallenge. They are making some changes this year.

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It's Friday so I'm going into fangirl mode for #FanFridays. Today I want to talk to you about the joy that is The Listener. It's Canadian so, like Flashpoint and some other wonderful series it doesn't seem to get all the hype US shoes get. It's brilliant and I love it and check out the link to find out why! What's not to love about a show with a telepathic paramedic?

https://tashasthinkings.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/the-listener-telepathic-paramedics-ftw.html

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Reading on paper can be very different from reading on a screen, especially if that's where we have done all our writing, so printing out a work can sometimes really help when editing. #WriterlyWednesdays  
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