Author Archive

Trepanning for Hippie Cyborgs

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When I was invited to write for this blog by the Resident Writers group I was excited, alarmed and frankly felt as if I was made out of wobbly dread-blamange. What if they… Continue reading

The thirty-eighth writer on the blog is…

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The thirty-eighth writer on the blog is Brian aka B M Roper. A little bit about him. B M Roper is a Southampton born Philosophy and English Literature Major who graduated from Exeter University… Continue reading

Luck of the draw

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I’ve been thinking about luck this week. I was offered a new temporary assignment. This isn’t anything new, I’ve been temping since coming to Exeter last September, but what makes this assignment different… Continue reading

Round the world in 80 flavours

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When hubby and I decided to leave the UK in 2006 to sample life in Latin America we knew we were in for an interesting gastronomic event. However, as our one year gap… Continue reading

What are you reading?

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It seems to have become a bit of a fad at the moment, people asking ‘what are you reading?’ I’m not sure if it’s because with the increased sale of e-books that your… Continue reading

What Writing Means to Me

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There is an inordinate amount written about writing: the who, where and why. Quotes on how you should write, what you should write about. To be honest, as someone who has written for… Continue reading

The thirty-seventh writer on the blog is..

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The thirty seventh writer on the blog is Geraldine Clark Hellery. Geraldine Clark Hellery is a British author and blogger currently based in Devon. She has written seven science-fiction novels which are not to… Continue reading

A dream coming true

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When I started writing this blog on Monday I said that coming here was both, fulfilling a lifelong dream and risking to feel disappointed in the end. But today is the day when… Continue reading

Writing is half the fun of travelling

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When I was talking to my grandma on the phone a few days ago she said: “How do you do that? Travel the whole country all day and then come home and write… Continue reading

Bless the internet

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I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the internet. This may sound weird at first but it is the truth. I started thinking about it because first of all I met a… Continue reading