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WeSeWriMo 2015 – Episode or Chapter 4 The First Great Train Robbery – PART 1


Hello again Readers In my previous blog I detailed the early days of robberies on the railway. The first event on an Irish railway netted £400. This was just the beginning and soon the numbers of robberies and amounts of … Continue reading

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WeSeWriMo 2015 – Challenge Accepted herewith Episode/ Chapter 2 – LIFE AND LIMB


Hello again Readers I have accepted a writing challenge and am taking part in an event called WeSeWriMo 2015. Basically it is to set your own writing targets this month of August but also produce some serialised writing for an audience. … Continue reading

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Where the Bodies are Buried……….. Research File #1 – Gravestones


I am currently researching and writing a very tragic tale which goes back over 100 years. Its based on a real life event and to make my novel as realistic and accurate as possible research is vital. I knew at … Continue reading

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