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Unboxing Heart of Glass from Penguin Random House box for Booksigning event
Watch me “unbox”. No, really. It’s called unboxing. My movie is a Norwegian indie arthouse film noir, with eerie music. (That’s my one line hook).
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Heart of Glass: we have a PUBLICATION DATE!
The eagerly anticipated Heart of Glass will be out on or around Tuesday 5 June 2018. Watch out! The ‘Eighties are back. If you do
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GUEST POST: “Who will win when the lore of the Borneo jungle takes on the law of the white man?” by Bill Colegrave
A warm welcome to my guest, the legendary Bill Colegrave, who has collected and been inspired by travel books for more than four decades. He
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6 Things I’ve Learned about Being a Published Author
My aim had always been to be a published author. I have achieved my aim. Now what? Writing a novel or two is the biggest
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SCRAPS OF WOOL by Bill Colegrave: On Memory and Experience in 5 Places
Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen. – Benjamin Disraeli Memory decides our journeys
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NEWSFLASH: I will reading @BRIXTON BOOK JAM, Monday 5 March 2018 @Hootananny, LONDON
South London, are we ready? I am coming straight out of my garret to read from my new award-winning debut, CRY OF THE FLYING RHINO, at
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Can You Learn “How to Write Like Tolstoy” from a Book?
Somerset Maugham famously said that there are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are. How to Write Like
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ASIAN BOOKS BLOG: 500 words about Cry of the Flying Rhino
What were the inciting incidents which inspired Cry of the Rhino to become an award-winning novel? Asian Books Blog ran a 500 word article with answers and much more. I was also
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Lulu Allison: The Relevance of Art in Literature
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” – Edgar Degas Lulu Allison is a Brighton-based artist and writer. Before she started
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NEW : Cry of the Flying Rhino is now available at Select Books SINGAPORE!
GREAT NEWS!!! Cry is now available in SELECT BOOKS, Singapore. Check it out!