Monthly Archives: February 2012

A Writing Manifesto

Just over a week ago, author K.M. Weiland shared The Wordplayer’s Manifesto on her blog. I thought it was so good that (at her suggestion) I wanted to share it here. I certainly don’t live up to all of this … Continue reading

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Leo’s Leap

Once again it is my turn to write for the ChristianWriters.com blog chain. This month – our topic is Leap, to celebrate the fact that 2012 is a leap year. Bring the 29th of February, that mysterious day that only … Continue reading

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Book Review: Havah – The story of Eve by Tosca Lee

Havah: The Story of Eve/A Novel by Tosca Lee My rating: 5 of 5 stars Tosca Lee is Queen of the ‘What If’ question – from which all good stories originate. In this book, she set out to take the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who / Star Trek TNG Crossover

I have just learned some exciting news. The site bleedingcool.com have just announced a crossover between Doctor Who and Star Trek: The Next Generation. As a fan of both franchises, I have wasted way too many hours imagining such a … Continue reading

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Bitterness and a Thankful Heart

This week we had to buy new school uniforms. My daughter is moving up from prep into grade 1 so she gets to wear a dress (which she is very excited about). My son is starting kindergarten so it was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Behold the Dawn by K.M. Weiland

Behold the Dawn by K.M. Weiland My rating: 5 of 5 stars Behold the Dawn is a historical novel set during the crusades. It is the story of Marcus Annan, whose life is consumed soley by the bloodthirsty (and morally … Continue reading

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War Wounds: Training for the body and the character

Excuse me if I groan with pain a little while I write this, you see I’m suffering from a war wound – or more specifically – an exercise injury. Over the last six months I have been actively trying to … Continue reading

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