Category Archives: Writing

Indieview: Maria Savva, author of, “Second Chances”


I’m happy to introduce you to Maria Savva, author of, “Second Chances”. About the book: What is the book about? ‘Second Chances’ is a very modern novel about life and relationships.

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IndieView: Wanda Shapiro, author of, “Sometimes That Happens With Chicken”


For the first IndieView I’m happy to introduce you to Wanda Shapiro, author of, Sometimes That Happens With Chicken. About the book: What is the book about? Sometimes That Happens With Chicken is a literary novel with a large cast … Continue reading

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The Next BIG Thing


I’ve been struggling with the second book. Part of the problem has been that the concept behind TAG was huge and strong. Strong enough that the book can be described in a single sentence. Tag is about a conspiracy to … Continue reading

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Fly me to the Moon


We’re not that far away when it will be possible to take a trip to the Moon. At the very least we should be able to get into near space for a relatively low sum, perhaps the equivalent of taking … Continue reading

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What does the future hold?


When I first conceived the idea for Tag, I had to imagine a time, and a world in which the population would accept having a chip implanted. I could have quite easily positioned that time to be a few years, … Continue reading

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10 “New” Rules for Writers


“It’s none of their business that you have to learn how to write. Let them think you were born that way.” Ernest Hemingway 1. Try not to drink alcohol before 8pm, 6pm, noon. 2. Never release work with tipos in … Continue reading

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Topside is real


“Above us only Sky” Topside is not a figment of my imagination as the photo of the Marina Bay Sands Resort shows. It seems logical to me that as space in our cities becomes more restricted building will begin higher … Continue reading

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