Monthly Archives: July 2012

Book reviews -Deity, The Devil’s Playground, and The Burning

I know, I know, I’m ridiculously behind on these and I’ve read at least three more books since starting to write them. Anyway, better late than never (I hope). Deity, by Steven Dunne I believe this is the third in … Continue reading

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Sorted for ebooks and whizz

I had planned to write something on ebooks for a while, as I’m a recent convert, and as it has suddenly become the hot topic of the day, beside that big Sports Day happening sometime soon, I’ve dragged my post-Harrogate … Continue reading

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Things we lost in the fire

The other day I was looking for a notebook. I have a lot of notebooks, because I often write longhand, and I also keep lists in them (‘buy milk…email someone to shout at them…write bestseller’, that sort of thing) I … Continue reading

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What I read this [week] fortnight (18 June-1 July)

What I read this week fortnight Time seems to have wasted me, as I do waste time, these past few weeks. I’m slightly ashamed of the paltry three books I’ve read in that time. But here they are all the … Continue reading

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Win an exclusive hardback copy of The Fall!

In the run-up to the paperback launch of The Fall (August), I’m giving away some of the limited-edition hardback copies. Find out how below or on Twitter. Goodreads Book Giveaway The Fall. by Claire McGowan by Claire McGowan Giveaway ends … Continue reading

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