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Don’t bite my finger…

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  3. Wednesday, 02 September 2020
A group of writers mainly in the UK Authors forum have produced a new release collection: Personal Bests Journal.I interloped into UK Authors years ago in order to travel on their UKAway writing retreats and so I experienced such exotic writing resorts as Greece, Northern Cyprus, Southern Cyprus, Ca...

ALIEN EXIT #SCIFI

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  3. Sunday, 12 July 2020
Exit, Pursued by a Bee is my first science fiction novel and was published by Double Dragon Publishing way back in 2008 and came second in a Readers’ Poll competition for best SF novel of 2008 with over 1,000 votes. The publisher is closing down so titles return to the authors. The idea for many of ...

#Slavery perspective

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  3. Friday, 03 July 2020
Quite rightly, there’s a focus on Black Lives Matter after the appalling killing of George Floyd in America and the slave origins of many black people in the Americas. On July 2nd 2020, the BBC aired a documentary about the UK Slavery Abolition Act 1833 , which revealed that over 40,000 people that ...

Maybe I’m an anarchist

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  3. Sunday, 14 June 2020
Genre stereotyping is something I strenuously try to avoid. Are the worlds in my science fiction stories exploring right-wing or left-wing governments? No. Most if not all countries and the world are governed by authoritarian regimes by definition, but my stories avoid them. When I think about it, I...

#Lockdown on Malta then and now

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  3. Wednesday, 20 May 2020
The Maltese islands on which Xaghra’s Revenge is based is faring well in these times. My friends there tell me tourism between Gozo and Malta has reopened so that will help to stimulate their economy a little. Of course in the main they need overseas tourists but I know several folk living on the ma...

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