PAUL JAMESON 2016

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My thoughts on writing, books, reading and folklore.

January 14, 2019

Over the last few years, whilst struggling with mental health, I've come to realise how important the folklore, history and landscape of Britain are to me. I've learnt how the magick of the Fae and Celts, nature and an ancient past still exist in this green land. It's...

March 26, 2018

This week I decided I'm going to self-publish 'Nightjar'.

Why?

I gave myself a time-limit on agency submissions; wanted to at least try the traditional avenues to publishing. I created a comprehensive list of UK agencies, using various sources, and approached those I fel...

March 12, 2018

I live in Sandy.

It’s a town on the busy A1 between London and Peterborough, and on to Scotland. A place to drive through for most, maybe stop for petrol, flash through on the train and gaze bored out the window at a platform.

But that’s unfair.

It’s a proper little folkl...

February 19, 2018

The letter ‘F’ and I struggled with what to write. Not for lack of folkloric things, I stress, but more for the plentiful abundance. There are foxes and flowers, fawns and folklore itself.

What is it?

Too philosophical...

I thought about talking about the fili as a Celtic...

January 22, 2018

The letter 'B', and I so want to live in Boscastle. Have done ever since I was lucky enough to be taken there by my wife for a holiday nearby. I was ill at the time with poor mental health, but the atmosphere of the place is like a natural remedy that calms and soothes...

January 8, 2018

In my humble opinion there’s naught quite so magic as the folklore and history of the Isles of Britain. Having spent a decade in Australia, I was taken aback upon my return by how much there actually is. Sometimes you have to be removed before you realise just how rich...

October 30, 2017

My editing of Nightjar (the final, final draft now) is all-consuming. That said I do find time to participate in Facebook Writing/Reading Groups and Twitter Chats.

In one Facebook Group the subject of Twitter came up. Other authors, as is so oft the case, hate it at fir...

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