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Author Archives: Angela Wooldridge
Things have been quiet here on the blog recently, but there’s a reason for that. It’s called the school holidays. I realised ahead of time that it would be foolish to think I could concentrate on my novel. That’s not … Continue reading
I could easily have gone with Jane Ayre for ‘J’, but that would have been the easy option. Instead, I’d like to introduce you to Jobber, the heroine of New Moon, the first book in Midori Snyder’s Queens’ Quarter trilogy. … Continue reading
I didn’t have anything ready for the latest story-hop, but I’m looking forward to seeing what my fellow hoppers have come up with. I’m excited to see some new names mixed in with some old favourites. Enjoy these bite-sized speculative … Continue reading
It’s the first Wednesday of the month, which means it’s time to blog about the Insecure Writers Support Group. You might wonder, sometimes, if the IWSG is for you. There have been times when I have. Why am I bothering? … Continue reading
I couldn’t think of an ‘I’, so I opted for Incy Wincy Spider. She (or he, depending on your point of view) is, after all, the classic hero(ine).
A year ago this story was rejected by a different magazine. Since then it has been rejected by others too. My Weekly rejected it initially as well, BUT, the editor told me that although she liked it, it was the … Continue reading