Alias Hook by Lisa Jensen – Review

I cannot understand why this book was in Poundland. It was quite easily one of the most interesting, captivating books that I have come across. We see the story from the point of view of Captain Hook, as bloodthirsty pirate, cursed by a witch centuries ago, to Neverland; a boy's paradise and a grown man's …

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I Need Proof!

It is that time of the process at which point I require your assistance. The Weathered Kingdoms and its micro-stories need fresh eyes. Anybody with a spare hour or so, in possession of a highlighter or a document editing program/application, just drop me a message if you are interested. What needs to be checked for? …

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Getting Started

Your Day

To begin at the beginning makes the most sense, so let me take you back over a decade. Back to when a expectant young woman finished training in media at college and university and set off into the wide world to work doing what she loved.

It started off rather well, due to being noticed for a talent in editing during her first (and only) work experience placement, she was offered a job as a production secretary for an online comedy clip show. The majority of the work was easy, straightforward and fun, it was only when it came to human interaction that she faltered. ”Never mind,” thought she, “it’s something I’ll get better at with the more experience that I gain.” Unfortunately such experience had an unfortunately short deadline, after the tenty-five episode contract was up, the two companies that funded the show decided that, due to many conflict…

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