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Two important steps: First, both “The Cosy Knave” and “The Charity Shop” do amazingly well in the USA. My knave has been on the Kindle top 10,000 a couple of times lately, and I don´t think that is so bad … Continue reading

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>Help wanted

>I have written the first three chapters of The Cosy Knave, but I am still struggling with some of the names. One character is called Jesmona Rowntree. I quite like her name, but as I have twins called Jeremy and … Continue reading

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>Plotting, Planning and Polishing

>I have just seen what I blogged about immediately after my summer holidays began last year. Late June seems to be my time for plotting. First of all I intend to polish an old crime manuscript and send it off … Continue reading

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>Football help wanted!!!

>Please, help me, supporters of England´s football team: – what did you (or your spouse) say when you saw that the assistant referee stole England´s second goal (last minutes of the first half)? No foul language, please, I need dialogue … Continue reading

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>Plotting and holidaying

>Yesterday my exams ended.Today …. sleeping, washing, no definite plans … the first of a long row of holidays! Plotting!I have spent most of the afternoon working through the world´s most fantastic crime plot – 1300 words about a plot … Continue reading

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