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Lemon cats & grape kangaroos – an interview with Alex Brightsmith & KJ Collard

Originally posted on Cubic Scats:
That talented pair Alex Brightsmith and KJ Collard both make a guest appearance in my latest book (that one on the right there). I asked them about all sorts of shizz. When did you start writing? AB: I think perhaps I’ve always told myself stories when I might otherwise have…

Never to be yours

“Dr Shaw?” His voice startled her, and her hand slipped. She swore softly and set the trowel aside. Here he came, blond curls and an earnest smile, the same boy she had met so long ago on the field of Bosworth. She had only been a post-grad then. He had been an uncertain appendage to […]

Better this way

“It’s a trick.” Her stare is hard and level. Ten years from now it will give some hapless swain a lot of trouble, but for now it’s focussed on the jar I’m holding. I’ve learnt to laugh at times like this, to say, of course it’s a trick, and wink. It’s better this way. Laugh […]

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