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The End is in Sight

After a break I settled to finish the novel, as I approached the end I realised that I had written several chapters in a “Flashback” and whilst it worked whilst I was writing it when it came to tying the

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Another problem resolved

Having written the end of the novel some months ago, I subsequently had an idea with regard to the fate of some of the characters. I knew how the book ended, but the timeframe for the rest would not fit,

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Artwork

As I enter the last phases I redesigned the artwork, there is a cropped version of it here. The reason it is cropped so that it will load easily into the site. It took a while to get right, I

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Another Step

I have just signed up to Smashwords who publish e books for a world market. So I am one step nearer.

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Thinking aloud

I think about the fifth story, which will be what is referred to as “Two Hander” like “Sleuth”, “Waiting for Godot” or Stephen King’s “Misery”. I might attempt to write it as play, which would present a new set of

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Thinking of Change

I have decided to split the ending of my book. I have written the final chapter but as I now approach it I think I need to put some other points in. In my local supermarket this morning it was

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Sunset in Sumatra

    The picture at the top of these pages is of a sunset is over a volcano called “Mount Tujuh”, which overlooks Lake Gunung Tujuh, within the Kerinci National Park in Western Sumatra. The Indonesian name is “Danau Gunung

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Character who could lead to a sequel?

In the early hours of Sunday morning I had an idea for a character, rather than a book. I had just had the idea for a fifth book, but worried I may not be good enough to write it given

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Possible Fifth Book?

On the way to Southampton I had an idea for a fifth book, the main problems are the fact that I cannot write it yet and I do not know if I have the skill required to write it as

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Official photograph was taken by Stuart Franklin, former President of Magnum Photos, and world renown for his photograph of the “Tank Man in Tianamen Square”, which has been listed in the top forty of the most powerful photographs ever taken. He is a friend and fellow Leonard Cohen fan. His work can be seen at www.stuartfranklin.com