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Cobblers
Warwickshire-based writer, mainly for Commando. Seeking a publisher for novel about Battle of Arras in WW1. Presenter on Radio Abbey. Also teacher, not dead yet
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Cobblers 9h
Replying to @tinytwink
Love that. Sometimes the only thing I need to lift me is something like that from my daughter. Your husband is a lucky Dad.
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Cobblers 9h
Twitter: the only place where you can agree with a feminist and be attacked because you're a man agreeing with a feminist. Despite being a man, I pretty much am a feminist so I'm rather confused, to say the least.
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Cobblers 10h
Been reflecting on my writing. My comics are traditional. Commando suits me. My prose, however, is more... literary (Hope that doesn't sound full of myself). I can't write prose the way I write comics and vice versa. I think this is a good thing?
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Cobblers 11h
Replying to @MDesaad
Nice question. I'd go for: James Herbert. Not because I necessarily write like him, but trying to write like him when I was a teenager set me off on a journey.
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Cobblers 15h
What we understand is that she is a proper investigative journalist who deserves recognition for her work.
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Cobblers 15h
Thanks! AA as a tv series is exactly the feel we are trying for!
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Alister 16h
Daredevils and Brawlers Review of great new anthology title Brawler from and lots of other talented people I couldn't find on Twitter.
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Cobblers May 25
Owen nailed it. Also: she didn't lose her job. She's still an MP.
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Cobblers May 25
Replying to @EylonALevy
Try living in Britain. You'd have a different perspective.
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Cobblers May 24
Loss of empathy and compassion in this thread for someone who never showed any empathy or compassion for anybody else. Interesting.
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James Melville May 24
The best quote from today:- "It's not the singer, it's the song and before you choose the next singer, ask to listen to the song." - Michael Heseltine. Wise words indeed.
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George Bastow May 24
I'm chuffed to be speaking at the 2019 National Writers Conference on the Overcoming Obstacles: Wellbeing for Writers panel and I'm doubly chuffed to see my name on the same bill as the hugely talented . & .. More info here:
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Cobblers May 24
Replying to @TeacherToolkit
I didn't want to vote for any of them but clicked Hunt to see the result. Terrifying that any teachers (I assume only teachers voted) would vote for Johnson and, especially, Gove. Why would you?
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Cobblers May 24
No that was not a dignified speech. It was hypocritical and disingenuous. A woman who never compromises insisting on compromise.
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Cobblers May 24
Very kind of you to resign on my birthday but we could have done without the disingenuous stuff in your speech. Crocodile tears.
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Cobblers May 23
Congratulations! Well deserved!
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Cobblers May 23
Replying to @FraserC69
I remember when that came out. I was gutted they cancelled The Brave and the Bold, then this replaced it. It was awesome. Aparo was the business.
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Cobblers May 23
Replying to @GraemeNeilReid
Really chuffed at the cover!
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Graeme Neil Reid May 23
Lunchtime reading. Story by Art by Jaume Forns and cover by the maestro Ian Kennedy.
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Cobblers May 22
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