Monthly Archives: January 2013

Interview with Tamian Wood, Graphic Designer and Cover Artist.

Here’s a fun interview! Today’s guest is the delightful Tamian Wood, Graphic Designer and Book Cover Artist. It seems like she has some vital skills which authors lack, and desperately need. So read on, and enjoy! Hi Tamian. I understand … Continue reading

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How to punish spammers

My phone rang just as I reached home last Monday. I parked my car and answered. It was my cousin, whom I usually speak to about four times each year. He sounded quite serious. ‘Tim, are you ok? You aren’t … Continue reading

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Spam email – apology

Please accept my apologies if you received an email from me earlier today (14th January) saying that I am ill in Spain and asking for £1000. As I hope you realised this was a phishing email from some criminal who … Continue reading

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Destiny Disrupted by Tamim Ansary

This is a great book. If you ever wanted to know how Muslims see the world, and how their idea of world history differs from that commonly taught in the west, then this book has the answer. Not only that, … Continue reading

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Interview with Richard Stephenson, Dystopian Author and Supercop

For today’s interview I am delighted to introduce Texan author Richard Stephenson, dystopian author, military and federal policeman, and all-round action man. What is the most frightening (or bravest) thing you have ever done? In my fifteen years of law … Continue reading

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New Year interview with Peter Johnstone, science fiction writer.

For the first interview of 2013 I am delighted to welcome Peter Johnstone, a British science fiction writer who, as you see, is  lacking in neither courage or energy! What is the most frightening (or bravest) thing you have ever done? … Continue reading

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