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“A Million Words: Turning Your Hobby Into Your Career” – Philip R Johnson

Last year, Philip came along to a convention my friends and I organise (I use that termย very loosely) called Nerdvana. Having enjoyed himself, he offered to be on hand for the following year, by doing a talk on writing and hosting some form of writing competition. This year, I hadn't forward planned sufficiently to throw… Continue reading “A Million Words: Turning Your Hobby Into Your Career” – Philip R Johnson

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Book Shop Crawl with Rebecca Thorne-Jones

Something wonderful I've gained from my addiction to Twitter is the awareness of things such as "Hashtag Book Shop Day" with Books Are My Bag; what a wonderful excuse to visit book shops, splurge on books, and maybe even have a cheeky cocktail. So that's exactly what Book Wife (Rebecca Thorne-Jones) and I did! We… Continue reading Book Shop Crawl with Rebecca Thorne-Jones

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Pump peth o’r lawnsiad Gwales

This is a bilingual post. Please scroll down for the English. Pum Peth a Ddysgais yn lansiad Gwales Nos Iau, mynychais i lansiad nofel newydd Catrin Dafydd Gwales, gan Y Lolfa yng Nghaffi Iechyd Da yng Nghaerfyrddin. Roedd yn ddigwyddiad rhyfeddol a hamddenol, gyda cherddoriaeth o'r band lleol wych Adwaith. Dyma beth ddysgais... 1.ย Pwysigrwydd dysgwyr… Continue reading Pump peth o’r lawnsiad Gwales

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Richard Osman’s World Cup Of Books

What's your favourite book? Don't you just hate that question? It sends me spiraling... how can anyone have a single book that is their favourite? I can't comprehend it. I'm an eclectic reader at best. My true love lays with grim dark fantasy, and I can tell you my favourite grim dark book (The Heroes… Continue reading Richard Osman’s World Cup Of Books