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The Ex-employees Social Club


My friend and I had worked together in the ‘biggest client’ and although I commiserated with her when the end came too soon, I never really thought it would happen to me. But for every cloud……..we can now sit, dink … Continue reading

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Back of book blurb…..my book!!!!


Bryan Segar is 74 and missing a leg. He has parachuted into enemy territory, pushed Arab guerrillas out of a helicopter at 1,000 feet and wrongly shot one of his own men.  He has been in The Royal Navy and … Continue reading

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Britain got any talent?


I was asked to write this for a national paper in Ireland, but thanks to Simon Cowells legal team the paper were too scared of litigation.  Its here on my blog where I can publish what I choose. In late September last year Jackie … Continue reading

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Ghost writing Bryan a classic


Bryan is  Victor Meldrew of the British Army.  Today I felt dizzy and woozy and had togo home early to go to the Doctor, he called tonight to see how I was and spoke with Robert ‘When Joan said she felt … Continue reading

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Scared of ghost-writing?


Three months ago I replied to an advert for an ex-miliatary man who wanted a ghost writer.  For those unfamiliar with the term, it has nothing to do with poltergeists or things that move in the attic late at night. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on autisticandproud:
Aspergers is not always a BAD thing…you have strengths and they can be really an advantage in lots of ways. Asperger’s Children are not born with great motor skills! but that you can work at by…

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Originally posted on writingluisa:
Did you see Rachel Cusk’s piece in The Guardian on 19 January about creative writing courses? I read it with a glass of wine as I was cooking that evening’s dinner, having finished my Masters coursework…

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