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Camp NaNo, new pages and cutting out the middle man…

That last bit sounds painful doesn't it? Like I'm slicing someone in half... ...ahem. Never mind. on with the show. I was pootling along quite nicely with my Camp NaNoWriMo story this morning. As I'm re-writing a story that I've had hanging around since 1998, there's a lot of jigsaw puzzling to be done as… Continue reading Camp NaNo, new pages and cutting out the middle man…

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A short story… « M.M. Bennetts

A short story… « M.M. Bennetts. From this generation to the next - isn't this a great beginning line? - I knew that he had no idea how I had got out again. Tension, back story, hook - all in one sentence. It makes me glad to be a writer when a thirteen year old… Continue reading A short story… « M.M. Bennetts

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Modern authors feel ‘commercial obligation’ to write about sex?

Modern authors feel 'commercial obligation' to write about sex, Julian Barnes says - Telegraph. This is one subject which always baffles me. How much detail do I need to write about my character's intimate lives in? Having read the article above, I realised that I fall on the prim side of the sex scene bandwagon.… Continue reading Modern authors feel ‘commercial obligation’ to write about sex?