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July Writerly Tidbits

This particular update has been several months coming and I’ve gathered all sorts of news from my Thursday Throng authors along the way. Before we get on to that though, I wanted to let you know that in future I’m going to be doing things slightly differently. Every time I publish a blog post in future it will be sent out as an email to you as well.

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Meeting Charles Frankhauser, author of The Last Pirate at Fort Matanzas

Charles Frankhauser started writing about his life on the road with the big bands, morphed into fiction after a kindly agent advised him otherwise and in amongst his writing has produced The Slushpile Inspector – something many of us might feel a kinship with. His goal in writing fiction is to entertain readers at as reasonable a cost as possible whilst recognizing that status as a “household name in literature” is not likely to happen (his words and not mine!). Hopefully, he’ll get a little more recognition as a result of appearing on the Thursday Throng.

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Linda’s Writerly Tidbits – December 2013

Hysteria 2Welcome to the final Writerly Tidbits for 2013 and I have some interesting updates from the Thursday Throng clan. Perhaps though, the big news is that Hysteria 2, the anthology of winning entries to the Hysterectomy Association’s writing competition was published on 1st December. If you’d like to take a peek you can pick it up in the usual places:

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