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Shadow Writer: Paul Kane
Hello, 2018, sorry I’ve been slow – been having a bit of a nap. But almost awake now, so let’s get to it.
I thought we’d start the year with an interview with the lovely Mr Paul Kane!
Best Font Ever
I don’t know from whence it came originally, but I stole it from Dr Tansy and she got it from Dr Helen Merrick – it comes from Doctors, it must be legit! 😀
Mid-season break and we all feel a little bit like this
From the lovely Bob over at Liff.
The Gilgamesh Drive-by: Amanda Pillar
Amanda Pillar is one of those talented combo-folk: both writer and editor. Her short stories have been published in anthologies such at More Scary Kisses (‘Philomena and the Blond God’) and Dead Red Heart (‘Out of the Grave’). She is also Editor-in-Chief for Morrigan Books, which has produced Voices (2008), Grants Pass (2009), The Phantom Queen Awakes
Makes coffee better …
2010: The Year in Review, or 2011: The Year Ahead
It’s a Saturday morning and I’m sitting on the couch, surveying the remains of yesterday’s shred-fest (I cleaned out the spare room, which used to be my study) and waiting for the coffee to kick in. It seems
A Mondy Drive-by: Ian Mond
Mondy (him on the left, tormenting Rob Shearman) has written Dr Who stories featuring the Dr and Bernice Summerfield for Big Finish Productions. He’s been Tuckerised in Kate Orman’s novel Blue Box.What else do you need to know? Is that not enough
I am on retreat with a bunch of awesomely talented writers, in a gorgeous undisclosed location. I am sharing a cabin with Rob Shearman – he doesn’t eat cereal with milk! Nor does he drink coffee! I know, scandalous.
Is good here. Quiet and retreaty, waterish. Food is excellent. So far,