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Writing the Unicorn: The Paradox of Historical Fiction

“Luckily Nicolas didn’t have to answer, as he couldn’t have spoken. I had placed my hand on his bulge, which was as hard as a tree branch. I had never touched one before.” It was at that precise point when … Continue reading

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Skylight Fiction for the Holidaze?

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Garry Craig Powell on Skylight Press

Born in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Garry Craig Powell was quite the seasoned nomad before he became a writer – something he expresses succinctly on his website biography: “Not until I was in my forties did I really dedicate my life to … Continue reading

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Fiction Wars!

It’s interesting to note the ongoing battle between Literary and Commercial Fiction in the blogasphere.  Here is a smattering of opinions on the subject… and sides taken.  Be sure to let us know your own thoughts in the notes below. … Continue reading

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