Monthly Archives: June 2017

Scargill, onions and Russian dolls

I’m just back from a writer’s weekend at Scargill House, buried deep in the glory of the Yorkshire dales.  The weekend was a get-together for an organisation that I have joined, called the Association of Christian Writers.  Even though I … Continue reading

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Writing for pleasure or profit?

I recently reposted a blog from Sarah Menary, a fellow member of the Rugby Association of Fictioneers.  Her quote “A great teacher once told me that there are two types of writers: those that tell themselves a story, and have … Continue reading

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