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The Idea-Space Continuum and other Writing Science

Every summer, my quiet little halls of residence job goes crazy. Ninety percent of the students move out and we become a low priced hotel to anyone and everyone who wants to book. This means weekend shifts and the office … Continue reading

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Multiple Projects means Many Headaches

There is something funny about the evolution of ideas for creatively minded people. The more you work: the more ideas you have. It’s a momentum thing. Once you gather speed, it’s easier to simply keep going than it is to … Continue reading

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The Multi-Verse Affliction

Somewhere out there, in the depths of Gloucestershire, my housemate, Rhian, is wondering why the hell I’m using part of her first novel title as the title for a blog post. This post isn’t actually about her book (though, I … Continue reading

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