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Sharon Bradshaw
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I am the woman who hoped one day to be a writer too.
I am the woman who hoped one day to be a writer too.

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This sounds like a great read, Google+ Friends... and it's being launched tomorrow, if you want to take a look :) 

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Happy Halloween! Enjoy the Samhain celebrations...
It's almost Halloween, or the ancient Samhain when the dead roam the earth again... There's magic and the supernatural in my debut novel, set in 794 AD. Brionach the Druid and the Monks use charms, amulets and spells. The seasons change from spring through ...

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It's almost Halloween, or the ancient Samhain when the dead roam the earth again! Enjoy this years celebration of life and death... and follow the link to read my post. 

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Editing my 2nd novel... Here's how I did it!
I have been busy editing for the last few weeks, and my 2nd novel has followed a similar pattern to The Monk who Cast a Spell.  Here's what happened... I wrote an initial draft of between 50,000 and 60,000 words. This was the bones of the story, and a manus...

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A day out ...and books which inspired my novels
I visited Birmingham in the UK last Sunday, and had almost forgotten the hustle and bustle of the city where I worked for many years. New buildings reaching out to the skyline were a surprise, and old ones no longer there.  I was pleased to see again the ic...

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Flowers, books, and more... have been my inspiration this week
Inspiration is the feeling or thought which motivates us; and as a medical term, the drawing of air into our lungs. What could be more fundamental than this? It's a life breath, which for me, has become creative writing. So what has inspired me this week to...

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History, Magic, and a forbidden love in 794 AD. Durstan is The Monk who Cast a Spell available now from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and in other places http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monk-Who-Cast-Spell-ebook/dp/B00UUN1M22/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1429599217&sr=1-1&keywords=the+monk+who+cast+a+spell

I have spent a lot of time recently editing the sequel to Durstan's story, so that it'll be ready soon for publication; and I came across this blog post which I wrote earlier.

It's about what it means to me to be a writer: "Be true to yourself ~ and your dreams". I think this applies to all we do. I hope you enjoy reading it, and are having a great week.
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