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The Language of Historical Fiction

The Language of Historical Fiction

I’ve just finished reading a Historical Fiction which shall remain nameless, (largely due to the fact that it was totally pants.) But it did at least...

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The Battle of Megiddo

The Battle of Megiddo

Well, since Shiri is edging inexorably closer to publication I thought I’d stick up a few posts on some of the historic events that inspired it....

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3 Tips to Help You Write Like a Pro

3 Tips to Help You Write Like a Pro

There’s a hell of a lot of wannabe authors out there all competing against me in the bid to become the next George R.R. Martin. A mean spirited fecker...

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3 Simple Ways to Create a Successful Blog

3 Simple Ways to Create a Successful Blog

Ever wonder why your blog is languishing with a mere 50 hits a day despite all your kick ass content and awesome, well constructed musings? Well fear not!...

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3 things people need to stop saying …

3 things people need to stop saying …

  1.   Preprepared. Occasionally written as pre-prepared (by those who can see something is not quite right with ‘preprepared’, but aren’t...

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Five Star book Reviews – Gone With The Wind

Five Star book Reviews – Gone With...

The secret of Gone with the Wind is that Scarlet O’ Hara IS the Confederacy. What Margaret Mitchell effectively does, is take the South as she saw it...

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