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My name is Pete and I decided to start blogging to track my progress as a writer. I recently completed a Diploma in Creative Writing and it's spurred me on to get my work published.
I write short stories, Flash Fiction and some scripts. My main focus at the moment is a Crime Fiction novel. More on that as we go on.
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Category Archives: E-Book
Recommended Book: Odd Hours by Dean Koontz
Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 648 KB Print Length: 416 pages Publisher: HarperCollins (4 Sep 2008) Language: English Sold by: Amazon UK, Amazon US Official Dean Koontz website Overview Odd Thomas lives always between two worlds. He can see the lingering dead and knows that even in the … Continue reading
Posted in E-Book, Reading, Recommended Books Tagged book review, Books, Dean Koontz, Odd Thomas, Reading, Writing 8 Comments
Book Release: The Nine by J. Elizabeth Hill
One of the benefits of having your own blog is that you can help out your friends when their latest book is released. Today sees the unveiling of THE NINE, the final book in The Mirrors of Bershan trilogy by … Continue reading
Posted in E-Book, Reading, Writing Tagged Books, J. Elizabeth Hill, Kindle, Reading, The Mirrors of Bershan, The Nine, Writing 6 Comments
Recommended Book: Bound by J. Elizabeth Hill
Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 423 KB Print Length: 368 pages Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1479221961 Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Sold by: Amazon UK, Amazon US Language: English Official Blog: Word Flows Overview “Doesn’t she know you can’t do real … Continue reading
Posted in E-Book, Reading, Recommended Books Tagged book review, Bound, Fantasy, Faylanna, J. Elizabeth Hill, Reading, Tavis, Writing 12 Comments
Record Snowfall and NaNoWriMo
What do weather forecasters know? Sometimes they don’t seem to be able to predict the weather for the next few days, let alone long-term. That said, they have predicted the weather for the next few months and good old blighty … Continue reading
Posted in Camp Nano, E-Book, Novel In Progress, Writing Tagged NaNo, NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, photography, Reading, Snow, Weather Forecasting, Writers Resources, Writing 40 Comments
Guest Post: Loose pants, er, and belt-less . . .
Labels always make me think of childhood, and coloring books, where a parent or a kindergarten teacher would say: don’t color outside the lines. That’s what they’re there for, to guide you, to teach you (both the lines and the … Continue reading
Posted in E-Book, Guest Post, Writing Tagged Books, Guest Posts, Justin Bog, pantser vs. plotter, Reading, The Conversationalist, Thrillers, Writing 9 Comments