Monthly Archives: May 2011

Vegas Moon by John Locke

I lost my “indie virginity” to John Locke. Vegas Moon was the first book by an indie author that I ever read. I downloaded it from Amazon for the bargain price of 99 cents and I can tell you it … Continue reading

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I couldn’t stand the waiting.

I’m not a patient person and I can’t stand hanging about waiting for something to happen. But it is what I have been doing for the last six ¬†months… waiting for a literary agent to reply to my query letter … Continue reading

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The war is over… drugs won.

In 1971 Richard Nixon, the 37th President of the United States, famously declared the “War on Drugs”. Well, here we are, forty years later, so I thought I’d better give you all a bit of an update on how that’s … Continue reading

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