Pseudo-literary

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Murder, She Thought

Whodunnit pastiche

There's a touch of Jasper Fforde craziness here with characters in a land of murder mysteries. With a sly poke at TV series like Midsummer Murders thrown in for good measure!

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Undiscovered Country

Literary

Every character needs a moment of conception but defining them, as every author will tell you, isn't always easy. So what must it be like for the character?

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Tales told by an idiot

Comedy

Following on from the Shakespeare connection, this story explores what happens when a company tries its best to produce work by the Bard. Any actor will confirm the truth of these incidents.

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Mr Frost's Contract

Supernatural

For those of you who dream of the day when your writing facilitates a life where you sip champagne, allow publishers to haggle over your books and bask in the money from the film rights - this is for you! Read that contract!

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How did you know

Romance

Is love really just a narrative plot device? For many writers, it appears so. Whole genres are based on the premise. Love is one of those concepts that is never easy to write about. I mean, see for yourself...!

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