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We don’t build,’ I said to my son, ‘we just destroy.
The existence of tricks does not imply the absence of magic.
Our ancestors took this land. They took it and made it and
Writing is a solitary occupation.
Anyone who claims to have an entirely clear conscience is almost certainly a bore.
At risk of sounding foully pompous I think that writers’ groups are
So the books have a greater appeal to a british audience, but that hasn’t stopped
Research is a lifelong occupation so it’s hard to factor it in,
Wyrd bith ful araed (Fate is inexorable).
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