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On being part of the stolen genre

What do me and Charles Bukowski have in common?

Chuck B

Okay, that may be a little hyperbolic, but for the answer you are going to have to check out my guest blog for the Melbourne Writers Festival.

My latest blog is over there because I’m lucky enough to be doing a couple of sessions at the MWF – The Dark Side of the Internet on Friday 21 August and The Next Big Thing on Monday 24 August. It’s a really big thing for an author to be part of the MWF, so I’m super-excited. My sessions are both free, so I hope some of you will come along and check them out.

Check out my latest blog here. It’s a shoutout to all you Pirates out there!

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