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Jimmy decided not to jump, that is all he knew for sure. He had stepped back from the edge. He would stop drinking this time. Now, he shivered at the top of the cliff. The ledge was only a metre of crumbling clay below his feet. Don’t look down. He…
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Which book do you recommend to friends and family most? I am part of a Facebook group for book blogger support. Each day in October, a blogger will host a question and the other book bloggers give their answers. I have recommended one particular book this…
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Writing in New Zealand is a tough business. I’ve recently started reading a lot more New Zealand fiction and as a country, we are producing some great work. I’ve discovered some talented authors in the Twitter writing community. These hard-working…
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I am part of a group where book bloggers support each other and the hard work we put into our sites. The Bookish Blog Hops group now has a new logo and will also be organising daily support threads too. All book bloggers are welcome to join our Facebook…
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Anyone who knows me knows that I am slightly obsessed by all things Outlander (or Cross Stitch as they were called here). I have read a lot of novels trying to find the high of Diana Gabaldon’s books. People admire different things about the series, so I…
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Each month, around the 20th, I publish a Top Three as a way to recognize quality in my WordPress community. September heralded spring for us and there seems to have been a blossoming of amazing posts too. It was hard to choose this month. Please have a…
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Have you written a short story that you think will resonate with women? Maybe you like scribbling flash fiction. Try one of these competitions. Sorry lads, these are just for the ladies. Listed in order of deadline Open to international authors unless…
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What if you knew the date of your death? How would that affect how you lived? This is the central question posed to the reader in the novel, The Immortalists. The four siblings of the Gold family go to a fortune-teller in New York, 1969. She gives each…
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Writing in New Zealand is a tough business. I’ve recently started reading a lot more New Zealand fiction and as a country, we are producing some great work. I’ve discovered some talented authors in the Twitter writing community. These hard-working…
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August is my birthday month, so I have already been pondering the onward march of time and the date of my own demise. A little dramatic? Maybe. Last weekend, a friend and I went to a discussion at the Word Festival on writing about time travel. US author…
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