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I’ve been glancing through my blog stats. Actually not glancing – it’s been more purposeful than that. I thought I’d noticed a pattern in the search terms people were using to get here, and it turns out I was right. … Continue reading
Around 1700 years ago, Nikolaos, Bishop of Myra, got into the habit of secretly slipping coins into the shoes of people who chose to leave them out in case rumours of his nocturnal good deeds were true. Fast forward a … Continue reading
By the mid-90s, my writing career wasn’t exactly resembling a career. I’d had a collection of short stories published that reviewers had persuaded everyone but my mother not to buy, but my agent was working hard to get me any … Continue reading
Okay, it’s not quite like that. It’s EVEN BETTER. I’m currently the author of the world’s HIGHEST SELLING (free) ‘unicorn sharehousing comedy fantasy story featuring a protagonist called Stanley’, and don’t even try telling me that hasn’t been your dream … Continue reading