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the stars, the land, the sea and Leith are conquerable with Uncle Bob

Writers are 10 times more likely to suffer from depression than people in other professions.*Just a few who suffered from the “black dog” are James Ellroy, Agatha Christie, Virginia Woolf, Stephen Fry, Simon Brett, Sylvia Plath, Ernest Hemingway, Marian Keyes, … Continue reading

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we are not alone

Over the weekend I went down south for the Authors North Spring Meeting*, held in Leeds. The hugely entertaining Simon Brett talked about his life as a writer of 86 novels!  This was followed by a great introduction to the … Continue reading

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If it’s Wednesday, it’s write a story with a famous author tweetathon day!

Simon Brett will continue the Society’s short story tweetathon where, over the following weeks, authors and tweeters from around the world will collaborate to write short stories in 5 tweets. From 11:00am GMT on #WriterWednesdays, tweeters are invited to complete … Continue reading

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