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THE GREATEST PIRATE STORY NEVER TOLD (UNTIL NOW)

THE GREATEST PIRATE STORY NEVER TOLD (UNTIL NOW)

History will tell my tale, Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum. I’ll be more famous than Jonah’s Whale, Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum. Captain Flint sings that ditty in my book “Tread Carefully on the Sea”. And, thanks to author Robert Louis Stevenson, the fictional Captain Flint’s notoriety (rather than fame) has indeed been kept alive through the centuries. Yet the poor buccaneer got no chance in Stevenson’s novel Treasure Island to take part in the drama. All the many references to him were...
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Why a spirit of adventure can help you to become a memoir writer

Why a spirit of adventure can help you to become a memoir writer

Memoirs have become an incredibly popular genre of book in recent years. I don’t know when it started, but for me, the first memoir I read, which was Peter Mayle’s A Year in Provence got me hooked on reading about people’s lives in foreign countries. I didn’t realise it at the time, but it was also the book that started me on my own memoir writing career.
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IDEAS

IDEAS

A question often asked of authors is, “Where do you get your ideas from?” To be honest, that was my fear when I first began writing crime novels. Would I have enough ideas for plot lines? Where would those ideas come from? Am I creative enough to imagine what characters would think and feel? Some years ago I saw a documentary on the British crime writer Ian Rankin and during that he showed the interviewer a folder containing scraps of ideas, newspaper cuttings and bits printed from the...
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Citizen of the Cosmos

Citizen of the Cosmos

Morgan’s parents were hosting yet another dinner party with their well-to-do friends. He was an only child and actually enjoyed hanging around listening to the adults. After he piled some food on a plate from the three-course meal that the adults would soon consume, catered in of course, his mother allowed him to sit on the stairwell if he remained quiet. She believed in the mantra, “Kids are to be seen, not heard.” He didn’t mind though. Listening in on the conversations during these parties...
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How High The Mighty Have Fallen

How High The Mighty Have Fallen

She put him down and put him down. He struck back and struck back. It never ended, the accusations and the retaliations. Sometimes he wondered if she actually got off on all the drama and trauma they went through day after day, hour after hour, minute after minute. He put his calloused hands to his face and rubbed them hard against his cheeks, striving to make sense out of what had gone wrong in their marriage. There was no physical violence. Maybe it would have been better that way...
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Troll Babies

Troll Babies

Once Upon a Time there lived a lovely queen. This Queen was everything her people could want, fair, kind, strict, athletic and a bit quirky. She lived in the Bright Kingdom, where love, laughter and happiness tended to prevail. As a Princess she struggled under the watch of her grandmother while her parents traveled and worked hard to make the kingdom a safe and beautiful place, for the Kingdom was also called the Bight Kingdom because it bordered the mystical line where the real world...
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Going back to the small Illinois town of her previous book, the stories in this novel can feel a little overfamiliar, but they are beautifully toldElizabeth Strout once told a friend: “Kathy, if I ever return to a small town, I want you to kill me.” She wrote about this conversation here in the Guardian; alas, she didn’t give us Kathy’s response. I for one am very keen to know if Kathy still feels any obligation to her friend’s request – because, if she does,...


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During World War Two America shipped all kinds of supplies to our gallant Russian allies,including some Vaseline. The Russians asked for more Vaseline, and more was sent. The Russians asked for more and more Vaseline, and before long simply enormous amounts of Vaseline were being shipped to them on a regular basis.
No one could figure out what the Russians were doing with all that Vaseline, and it was finally decided to ask them. A message was sent saying "What are you doing with the Vaselne?" Before long a reply was received, and it said this: "We find it is very good when spread on black bread."




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