Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Writing Process Blog Hop

The Writing Process Blog Hop is a movement which asks that writers answer the four Writing Process questions and then nominate a few others to do the same.  You then thank the writer who nominated you, pointing to their blog. So, thank … Continue reading

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Non-fiction – long, short and very very short

Writers aiming to pitch a book to a publisher are advised to prepare a 25 word description to attract attention.* If asked for more, they should be ready with a 125 word expansion. Then, having raised the interest during a query … Continue reading

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Post and stone circles – everywhere

These barrels mark the places where a massive timber circle once stood. Just like timber and stone circles all over the UK, Ireland and Western Europe. But where is it? So where is the plaza with this familiar form of … Continue reading

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