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Archive for October 2019

I’m a Bear, Damn it.

Please excuse me for just one moment. You’ve caught me in the dying twitches of an existential crisis, but it shouldn’t last more than a couple of paragraphs and I promise to mop up afterwards.   One of the jobs on my self-publishing To Do list has been to decide whether to spend money on…

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The Long and the Short of It

When I first looked into the possibility of self-publishing, I was astonished at how prolific many indie novelists were, bringing out six or seven books a year. Then I figured it. Their books are short, as in 25 or 30 thousand words. What I would call a novella. Book-length fashions go up and down like…

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Doctors I Have Known

The comment I’ve heard more than any other since Dr Dan’s Casebook was published goes as follows: ‘I want Trevor Buxton as my GP’.  To which I can only reply, ‘get behind me and form an orderly line.’ In my long life I have known doctors of every stripe. Brusque, impatient, hurried, dotty. The GP who…

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Back to Business

Dr Dan is now well and truly launched, on a sea of tea, Doctor’s Orders cocktails (recipe available on application) and generous goodwill. Thanks to everyone who has bought it, read it, reviewed it and is asking for more. Last Friday, aided and supported by kind friends who know how much I fear social gatherings,…

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