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WRITING A SERIES – WHAT I WISH I’D KNOWN by Gill-Marie Stewart

I’m currently working on the third in a series of (probably) three books. I envisaged this as a series, a trilogy, from the word go. I love reading series and was in no doubt that I would love writing one. … Continue reading

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F**k, fudge, frick, fug, flip, fiddlesticks…

Swearing’s an issue for Young Adult writers. Put it in and your books may not be acceptable to the gatekeepers – the publishers and librarian and parents who seek to make sure our children’s minds remain unsullied by the seamier … Continue reading

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PRESS ONE FOR SANTA part 5

By Gill-Marie Stewart If you haven’t read the first four episodes of this story, use the blog history on the right to get up to date or scroll back through using the arrow above. “You’re hours late!” Mr Pirrie barked. … Continue reading

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PRESS ONE FOR SANTA part 4

By Katy Haye If you haven’t read the first three episodes of this story, use the blog history on the right to get up to date or scroll back through using the arrow above. The doors slammed and we set … Continue reading

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PRESS ONE FOR SANTA part 3

By Pia Fenton If you haven’t read the first two episodes of this story, use the blog history on the right to get up to date or scroll back through using the arrow above. I had to clear my departure … Continue reading

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PRESS ONE FOR SANTA part 2

By Claire Watts If you haven’t read the first episode of this story, use the blog history on the right to get up to date or scroll back through using the arrow above. Waterproof mascara is never actually tear-proof, is … Continue reading

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PRESS ONE FOR SANTA part 1

By Moira McPartlin It was early, and the wet, drab streets were almost empty. No doubt the masses were energy-saving for the last-minute venture into hell. Why bother when you can shop online? I gagged again as I stepped over … Continue reading

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