Roybaldwin

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Date registered: September 23, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Rhapsody of Moon – Jupiter fights back? — July 5, 2016
  2. Morag, Book 3 of the Mauveine Series, now published — June 28, 2016
  3. Prism of Purpurine is about to be published — January 28, 2015
  4. Prism of Purpurine – my NaNoWriMo ghost sequel to Mauveine hits 50K today — November 15, 2014
  5. Rhapsody of Succession is published and available — September 8, 2014

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Jul 05

Rhapsody of Moon – Jupiter fights back?

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  You may notice a change of theme from last time, having adopted a distinctly sci-fi look to this post’s appearance. This is in recognition of my seventh publication, the novel Rhapsody of Moon Available in all online bookstores, in eBook and print, tapping Jupiter above will take you there. For followers of the popular Rhapsody …

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Jun 28

Morag, Book 3 of the Mauveine Series, now published

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McKenzie family records of the early nineteenth century have strangely gone missing, triggering concern, but scientist Victoria McKenzie and friend Abby are too preoccupied with a forthcoming break to Harvard University on a cruise ship. Onboard, circumstances in the Atlantic become terrifyingly scary and they find themselves facing the consequences of the ignored warning but …

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Jan 28

Prism of Purpurine is about to be published

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Although I planned to publish Prism of Purpurine, my ghost story sequel to Mauveine by Christmas, I ended up having a lot more work to do with editing and reshaping the story, following invaluable feedback from my beta-readers. Inevitable this has been my focus during this month of January, but I’m pleased to say, I’m …

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Nov 15

Prism of Purpurine – my NaNoWriMo ghost sequel to Mauveine hits 50K today

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Emerged again from the Nano dungeon this morning and just hit the required 50K, mid-month. Got the rump of the story laid out fast, up to the finale countdown, so I’m done now with the word-count pressure, last quill down to a smoking stump. Although I must admit, my new friend down there, Pepys, is still …

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Sep 08

Rhapsody of Succession is published and available

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Finally, after doing a lot more research than I anticipated, I’ve completed Rhapsody of Succession, the fourth book of the Rhapsody series, continuing the global adventures and romantic journey of nuclear scientist and Cassini CEO, Professor Lauren Hind. This one is a hoot, all the usual Rhapsody characters and suspects are back in humorous and …

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Sep 08

What happened to Mauveine?

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I must admit. I hadn’t realised how quickly time has been passing by in blog nano-months, when it suddenly dawned on me that since my last post, NaNoWriMo2014 will soon be upon all of us writers again in a few months time, so apologies for the long, protracted silence. But I have been hugely busy …

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Nov 24

Progress on my NaNoWriMo Novel

Just emerged blinking in the sunlight and hosing down the keyboard. Those of us doing NaNoWriMo know the routine. Well, I finished. Sadly the characters took over and I lost the plot totally. My ghost story, Mauveine, has two female protagonists on an emotional journey to find their true selves but unfortunately a third joins …

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Oct 18

NaNoWriMo can kick your creativity in new directions

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You’ve probably been hearing it endlessly for the last few weeks. Not long to go before the annual National Novel Writing Month competition kicks in on November 1st. For any writer still not sure what this is all about, well it happens every November when thousands of writers worldwide sign up to complete a 50,000 …

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Sep 23

A warm welcome to my discussion page

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Hi and welcome to Roy Baldwin’s author page where you will find regular commentary on my books and writing, as well as hints and tips on all aspects of digital publishing. I intend to provide interesting and ongoing topics for discussion which not only relate to issues close to my writing heart and which connect …

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