Month: December 2016

Observation Post

Well, it’s that time of the year again – a cross between the End Times and that moment when you’re waiting for your train / plane to be announced for a trip you’ve been looking forward to. Or else it’s another day before you have to remember to change the year when you date anything.I …

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Two Magic Words

Sometimes we have to draw a line in the sand – with a pen. When people learn – because I’m not exactly shy about it now – that I’m a writer the conversation usually goes one of two ways. 1. They ask, directly or obliquely, how much money I make from books and freelancing.2. They look …

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Books as Children – Line of Sight’s turn to shine

It’s time for Thomas Bladen to go through the looking glass. A well-known author (Richard Bach, I’m fairly confident) once referred to his books as his literary children. When it comes to my Thomas Bladen Spy Chaser novels, I have tried to do something subtle different with each one. Consequently, I love all my literary children …

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