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Andrew Mazibrada
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Outdoor and Adventure Travel Writer and Photographer; Science Fiction Author
Outdoor and Adventure Travel Writer and Photographer; Science Fiction Author

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Andrew Mazibrada commented on a post on Blogger.
To anyone reading this – Alex beta-read The Heretic for me and did a superb job. He, along with another author I chose to beta-read for me, gave me some excellent feedback which helped me shape my approach to editing certain parts of the manuscript and, also, how I approached Defiance, the second book in the series. I have absolutely no doubt Alex will be a credit to anyone who chooses to employ his considerable talent. This, I should point out, is an unsolicited comment and anyone wanting more detail can contact me directly.

Alex, good luck! I think you'll be an asset to any author and I wish you well.

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When I began writing Beyond the Wall, I had a vague notion it would be five books, all around novella/short novel length. Four separate stories which would arc into each other by the end of the fourth and begin a fifth story which would be the finale. Then, as I wrote The Heretic, I realised that the first story was like a TV show pilot. There was so much to introduce that the series became a serial, and was bound to be much longer than I thought. That final, fifth book, was in fact just the end of the 'season'. A second, much bigger story lay in wait for me – knowing that I would eventually discover it and knowing that Beyond the Wall had more than one theme. A second, larger theme hides behind the end of the first season and I had no idea until I finished The Heretic. I've never been more excited about a story. So everything you're talking about resonates with me.

I know you'll hate me for this, but I rather like The Solomon Gordon Papers - it feels a little Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to me which sits nicely with your period.

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Brave man. Amazing shot.

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This is nice.
Apple should have made this!
Here's a wonderfully designed answer to a common, frustrating problem.

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This is about amazing and weather photography gets...

#photography #dramatic
Photographer David Hardy captured this breathtaking photograph of a supercell thunderstorm forming off the coast of New Zealand. See more images from the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest—and don't forget to submit your best shots: http://on.natgeo.com/1jeIzlM
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Alex Roddie's process when he writes his extremely popular mountain fiction. #mountains   #fictionwriting  

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Well done Alex!
#TheAthollExpedition reviewed by TGO magazine
The Atholl Expedition has been reviewed by outdoor expert, backpacker and author Chris Townsend in the May 2014 issue of The Great Outdoors (TGO) magazine. TGO is one of the top selling outdoor publications in the UK and they printed a short review of my fi...

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With Sidetracked Volume One now out, and in my hands, I explain just how it has changed my life.

#sidetracked

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Sidetracked Journal, Volume One – Perhaps My Favourite Journey
Sidetracked has been a fantastic journey for me and one which continues to excite me. A road leading from a wistful dream – at once fleeting and ephemeral – towards something which is now very close to me being able to leave my career in law behind and make...
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