How did that happen?

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I’m not sure how it happened, but I accidentally started writing the next James Halldon Diary.

It would seem that it is insisting on being written next. I only meant to make a few notes and BOOM, three Episodes escaped. I’ve also written some bits of later episodes, which also were only┬ásupposed┬áto be notes but somehow turned into diary┬áentries. One interested note though. it would seem (and I wasn’t expecting this either!) that my third book – the second Diary of the Displaced – is the sequel to both books currently released. Get your head round that one (I haven’t yet)


Day 52…

Nearly there…

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Well, I’m about half-way through editing The Memoirs of Reginald Weldon, and my eyes have gone all blurry, and my head is aching. I guess it’s probably time to stop for a bit. I also think I caught the sun today at a family do .

Not that I’m complaining really. We don’t get a whole lot of it here, so it makes a nice change.

I must admit, after the amount of people who said they enjoyed the Journal of James Halldon, I’m quite nervous about putting out a second book. It’s quite different, even though it’s set in the same, um, setting.

When I had had enough of editing yesterday, I had a look through the book that I’m thinking of finishing next. At the moment it’s called Crossing (not sure if that will be the final title, but I like it at the moment). Well, that book is also a little different. Out of first person and into third! With a group of people finding themselves in a dangerous situation, rather than one.

I think I’ll get that one done, at least, before looking back at the next James Halldon journal, though I’m also quite keen on another unfinished book. Twelve of them in all, from quarter written to half written. I’ve promised myself I will finish all of them. I’m pretty sure I’m going to run out of memory space in my head for what I still haven’t started! Edit one more page maybe. At least I’m going for a beer later.


This has to start somewhere

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Here is a random post for anyone who may visit here in the future. I want to know what the shortest story ever written was. so far I have found this – Written in 6 words gaming, by Ernest Hemingway. “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”

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I’m also curious as to how many comments this post might have in a couple of years. I guess we will find out.