Monthly Archives: July 2012

Does crime pay?


Let me qualify this. I am talking about crime writing here. Exactly one week ago I was at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate and waiting for Dragons Pen to begin. Excited and fevered writers were about … Continue reading

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Novel Genesis


July 25 2012 I am writing this blog for a number of reasons but definitely as a record, a diary if you like so anyone who wants to look into the background of anything I write can find some clues … Continue reading

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Old Peculiar Crime Writing


July 19 2012. A step inĀ  the right direction, nay a drive up to Harrogate to the Swan Hotel for the Theakstons Crime Writing Festival. Well if it was good enough for Agatha, the Swan is certainly good enough for … Continue reading

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