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Apologies, puppies & internet

A certain puppy has decided to chew through my power cable, and I am waiting for a new one to appear via the wobbly web. Normal service will resume Thursday (everything crossed) - what have you been doing?
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Marketing and interviews

Crazy times - I have been interviewed four times this week, and have been asked some expected, cool and crazy questions, you will have to keep your eyes peeled (or click the follow link) to be among the first to read the interviews when they are released.
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Marion Keyes & procrastination

I will have to learn how to touch type I think, my typing might be getting faster but then you look at all these little red lines of spelling mistakes and sometimes the words don’t look like anything at all.
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Learning to write

Writing for the sake of writing, just about anything seems like an odd way to learn your craft, but thanks to How to be a writer by Sally O'Reilly thinking about how you need 10,000 hours to be expert
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Good writing habits

This is exactly what it says on the tin, I am going to write for five minutes a day, every day for the next month - without thinking it over, considering or planning (as if I would anyway) and then share it with you, as I look back on it the following day it might be possible to try and evolve a story. It is kind of like you sharing my brain for a few days - you poor unfortunately people.
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Guest Article on Elgee Writes

March certainly has become a busy month, as well as the interview with Whispering Stories that came out last week, this week I have a guest blog article coming out on Elgee Writes. My article is all about marketing in the indie book market - why not pop over and have a read.
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The Taxi Driver

As I shoved my bags into the back seat the taxi driver grumbles that he was just about to pull away, apparently, I had taken so long that he had thought I was a no-show. ‘Sorry I was just putting my shoes on’ I say, which I hope conveys that I couldn’t have left the house any quicker unless I was sitting on the doorstep; looking disdainfully at me he turns the car around; and we head off to the station where I am being dropped this morning.
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