The Sinking of the RMS Tayleur — The Lost Story of the Victorian Titanic by Gill Hoffs

I love cruises. You may have read about my experiences on various AIDA ships and my runner-upfame in the Mr. Pacific Princess contest (I really really should have won with my ballerina performance). The phenomenon of the pleasure cruise with its endless buffets, high-tech gyms, massage therapists andABBA shows–emotional rollercoasters in themselves; I was the […]

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My Year in Writing — 2012

Christopher Allen, good in hoodsTwenty Twelve has been an odd year for writing. Let me just say this right up front: Odd. Year. My physical worries got in the way, the applecart of my daily routine was upset by changes in my day job, and at least 10 other lame excuses prevented me from writing. […]

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Lots and Lots and Lots of Stuff!

(Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) It seems like the last few weeks have been stuffed with stuff coming out, so I thought I’d take a few minutes and update you on, well, stuff. Yesterday, my story “The Shop Between the Prophets and […]

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Wild Scotland — an Interview with Author Gill Hoffs

Gill Hoffs, author of Wild: a collectionGill Hoffs (pronounced with a soft G), a writer from Scotland, grew up on the Scottish coast, studied psychology, biology and English literature at the University of Glasgow, then worked with children with a variety of needs (ASD and/or EBD, mainly) throughout the UK. She married her best friend […]

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