Monthly Archives: March 2010

Friday!

– – 1. I need help. Yes yes, you all knew that. But I mean research-wise. Where on EARTH can I find historical medical information? I’m trying to find medical opinion on amnesia in 1860. What I’ve got so far … Continue reading

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Written is the Best Word Ever

I’ve been writing. When I manage 1000 words a day I’m happy – if I do this several days in a row I’m ecstatic.  Just writing seems to push the story forward. With Muffled Drum I have a very rough … Continue reading

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Classy!

Do come over to Jessewave’s Blog and join me in my weekly column where today I’m blogging about Class differences and the way that English men are represented in m/m fiction. cheese egg! –

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Great Yarmouth Library=The Dog’s Bollocks

For some reason I have never been able to ascertain, The Dog’s Bollocks is a euphemism for The Best THING EVAH.  Perhaps it is because they can lick their own, and men have to have ribs removed (or to have … Continue reading

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Any other authors in the East Anglian Region?

I am sure there are some, or at least one or two. I’ve just applied to join the East Anglian Writers – always nervous to do that kind of thing, and got an email back straight away from them saying … Continue reading

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Second Piece of Great News…

Leading on from first piece… Last week I sent a query letter to an agent, once again.  He surprised me by emailing within a few hours and asking to see the full manuscript so I sent it off with a … Continue reading

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first piece of great news (2nd piece later)

Rather nice news too!  Noble Romance have officially accepted my 1930’s novella “Tributary” – it will appear in a four-author anthology of gay historical romance called “The Last Gasp.”  No release date yet, but I’m assuming Summer.  I’m HUGELY proud … Continue reading

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