Monthly Archives: May 2012

Judge A Book by its Cover

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” We all know the saying. We all recognise that there is a level of wisdom in it – but we all do it. We judge books by their cover all the time – … Continue reading

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Book Review – Best Forgotten by Paula Vince

Best Forgotten by Paula Vince My rating: 5 of 5 stars A young man is hit by a car and wakes up in the hospital with no memory of who he is. What better beginning can a story have? Courtney … Continue reading

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Nurture

Once again it’s time for me to make my monthly contribution to the ChristianWriters.com blog chain. During May we are discussing the topic “Nurture”. This can bring many different images to people’s minds, but for me, as a parent, the … Continue reading

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Source Control for your Fiction Writing

I’m a software engineer. I spend my days working with code projects. There are a few tools that sit in every programmer’s toolbox. Once of these is source control. Whenever you finish a significant piece of work, you commit your … Continue reading

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