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Jennifer Young
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Writer of short stories and articles; would-be novelist
Writer of short stories and articles; would-be novelist

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Me and Stephen King
Well, no. Not really me and the maestro of horror. In fact, not even remotely me and the King. But there’s a bit of a connection. I’m not a horror fan, nor a ghost story fan, though as a reader and writer of romantic suspense I do enjoy a tightening of the ...

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Finding My Tribe
New friends! Image courtesy of John Jackson All right, I confess. I sat in the car park at Lancaster University on Friday in a state of complete dread. I even contemplated turning the engine back on and driving away. No-one would have known. The organisers ...

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Are You Ready For Chapter Two?
Chapter One was easy. Not so Chapter Two... Well, hello Chapter Two. I’ve never met a beast like you before. Normally chapters are simple and planned, with two or three characters and a defining incident, ideally following on and explaining the inciting inc...

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An Author in Search of a Plot...
I've been looking back through my photos and it reminded me that it was two years ago that I was in Iceland. This isn’t to brag about my extensive travelling, since virtually everybody I know also seems to have been to the land of ice and fire at some stage...

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Parallel Lives: Branching Out Into Indie
This is what a learning curve really looks like There’s too much going on. That’s always my problem. I’m too prolific. (I like that word — it makes me sound important, vital, somehow successful. No?) I write too much . I’ve always done that. I’ve always had...

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Life Lessons From a Walk in the Countryside
Ten thousand saw I at a glance... T I like a good walk; and I like a walk with substance — a purpose, if you like. So where better to go on a spring afternoon in April than the English Lake District? What better objective, on a day when every garden is burs...
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