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Up the Downs again (and a peek at my current WIP)

It’s been a busy week, with the release of the Random Acts of Kindness anthology on Monday, and the usual mountain of accumulated chores which fill up any week off. I did manage to head down to East Sussex on … Continue reading

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A Midwinter Meander Through London

Ten years ago, I worked in an office near Gray’s Inn. I commuted, first from Surrey and then from Cambridge, and every morning and evening I would avoid the ghastliness of the Tube at commuter time by walking to one … Continue reading

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More dragons and a chilly morning in Guildford

I did most of my Christmas shopping on Friday morning. Inevitably, I got bored of the crowds after a while and took half an hour off to sit down somewhere quiet with a late breakfast croissant. I’d made the trip … Continue reading

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There goes November (phew)

It’s been a long November. I’ve had a valiant stab at Nanowrimo, but as I’m currently sitting just under 25k, it isn’t going to happen this year. That said, I only wrote 2022 words altogether in October, so I’m still … Continue reading

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Plague pits and haunted woods (photos)

*waves quickly* I’m still alive here. I’m pushing hard to finish Resistance before I go away at the end of March, which is looking increasingly like an impossible task (I’m less than 70% done). That said, I’ve made good progress over the … Continue reading

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