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To anyone who bought and read my novella Sunday's Unicorn from Amazon, thank you.
I'd be much obliged to anyone who has read it if they could leave a review, it seems the more reviews you have, the better your chance of selling more copies.
Be honest though, score it truthfully, I'm not scrounging for 5 star reviews, just more reviews in general.

Cheers,

Rob

And if you haven't bought it, 
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sundays-Unicorn-ebook/dp/B005CF7I9Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1310639033&sr=8-1

http://www.amazon.com/Sundays-Unicorn-ebook/dp/B005CF7I9Y/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1310639039&sr=8-2
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Me + booze+ social networks or communication is just a poor idea. Fuck fuck fuckity duck. I can not be trusted by myself
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Here's some news I have been waiting to share with you all.
I am both excited and a little worried about getting it right.
http://www.pendragonpress.net/2012/06/12/big-announcement-release/
About Pendragon. Pendragon Press is an award-winning, UK-based, independent publisher of horror and slipstream short fiction, novellas and novels. "Pendragon Press is a small press that continues...
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Want a bacon sandwich but avoiding bread to keep down the bloat?
The I present to you, the bacon omewich!
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I should check or post here more often.
Just had to chase out a gang of mutant samurai gerbils. Bitter bastards, apparently they were born in the same accident as "those green ninja bastards", but had a much less competant manager.
Sad times.
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New Blog - Where I Get Angry about a lack of Red Tails distribution
http://wp.me/p1TLIu-2i
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I'm in this too.
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First new blog in a while.
All about how I ended up in a fight defending Wil Wheaton and my first encounter with a real geek.
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In tribute, I have decided it's time I got around to reading this.  4 stories in so far, loving the ones about the Family.
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I blog about The Fades, which I missed on first airing because I am a fool
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A little something I posted before heading out on the piss tonight


To pub or not to pub
That is the question
Whether 'tis nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous prices
Or to intake beer by yourself in your pants
And by drinking them? To get pissed; to pass out;
Again; and by a sleep of drunken rolling
The head-ache and the thousand needles of hangover
That flesh is heir to, 'tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wished; never again
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New blog
All about crippling indecision
I struggle a lot with indecision, it is probably the one thing that holds me back as a writer right now. Allow me to explain. I am unknown, my credits are on the slim side and I have no deals......
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I used to have the same problem. It meant I never produced anything. I've decided finishing what I start is a top priority (Neil Gaiman gave me that advice as a lad and I think he's been published someplace or other). I don't even write down my shiny new ideas 90% of the time. Most of them come and go. There are a few that have refused to go away. Those are the back-burner projects that I consider as something new is winding down. I tend to try and only be working on an outline/first draft of one thing at a time and keep a couple of rewrite projects around for when I need a break. I only put something aside partway done if it's clear that what I'm doing just won't work. In those cases, I accept I will likely never go back to it. Or if it insists on occupying my head-space, I will eventually figure out what I was doing wrong.
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