Tag Archives: 2015

My Writing Year – 2015

It’s been a pretty good year in the word-mines with my second book, Crossways released in August to some decent reviews – though not many of them, which I understand is pretty normal for a second book in a series. … Continue reading

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What has NaNoWriMo Ever Done for Us?

NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month is an annual write-a-thon-fest which takes place in November. You sign up to the site and commit to writing 50,000 words in a month. There are various incentives. For starters, just having someone acknowledge … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Ian Creasey answers five questions about his writing

1. Tell us your biography in three sentences or fewer. I was born in Lancashire, but I’ve lived in Yorkshire ever since I came to Leeds as a student.  I work in financial services, which is about as exciting as … Continue reading

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Sheffield SF Social

It was lovely to be invited to do a reading at the third Sheffield SF Social which took place on Saturday 28th June (which is still ‘today’ as I write, butr yesterday as you read).  Paul Kane was the other … Continue reading

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Re-reading my own book: Winterwood.

Having delivered Crossways, due for publication in August, I’ve stepped sideways straight into the edits for Winterwood, my third book – and a very different one from the first two space operas. Set in an alternate 1800 with magic, Winterwood … Continue reading

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2014 – Looking Backwards and Forwards – 2015

Looking back to 2014 2014 is the year I achieved my ambition and officially became a novelist with the publication of Empire of Dust in November. I’m still slightly surprised – even though I’ve known since mid 2013 that it … Continue reading

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