Author Archives: Clive Mullis

Revisiting my “Why did I do that” moment

Here’s a revisit to my lightbulb moment, for those who missed it the first time. Ambulance memoir. I have tried to recreate events, locales and conversations from my memories of them. In order to maintain their anonymity and privacy I’ve … Continue reading

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Author incomes – when does the money come in?

Reality anyone?

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Introducing the League of Comedy Fantasists: Jon Brierley

Come and meet Jon.

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INTRODUCING THE LEAGUE OF COMEDY FANTASISTS: Clive Mullis

Kylie interviews me. Enjoy…..ish!

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Never miss an opportunity!

Ambulance memoir. I have tried to recreate events, locales and conversations from my memories of them. In order to maintain their anonymity and privacy I’ve changed the names of individuals and sometimes places, I may have changed some identifying characteristics, … Continue reading

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Here is my interview with Clive Mullis

My interview with Authorsinterviews. Enjoy! 😄

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Time Management for Writers

Time ladies and gentlemen, please!

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Readers Meet Authors and Bloggers

Just joined this group.

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Reality bites

Ambulance memoir. I have tried to recreate events, locales and conversations from my memories of them. In order to maintain their anonymity and privacy I’ve changed the names of individuals and sometimes places, I may have changed some identifying characteristics, … Continue reading

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My review of ‘Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight’ by Jo Robinson

This is the story of a woman who finally sees a chink of light after thirty years of marriage. As the shutters fall from her eyes, blazing sunshine floods in and she can see how she has suffered at the … Continue reading

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