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Sewing the pieces together

Boris Karloff in Frankenstein, 1931 Charles Dickens died in 1870, leaving his final novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, unfinished. His readers, who had followed the story of Drood, his Uncle Jasper and the Landless siblings, were left with an

Posted in 2012, How-to's, Writing Tagged with: , , , , ,

Beginning Paragraphs

Douglas Adams knew a thing or two about great openings I thought for a while that Iain would need to come round and maybe administer drugs, in the way that the A-Team used to ambush Mr T to get him

Posted in 2012, Reflections Tagged with: , , , ,