The Fog Clears On Bangkok Heat

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8 responses to “The Fog Clears On Bangkok Heat”

  1. Thanks for the update Simon. You are not alone …. I went to a talk by Jasper Fforde in Sydney the other night and he talked about the “narrative dare” which gave him the world he could then work within. Remember grasshopper, as the Buddha said, “perseverance furthers”

    • Hi Hugh, Great to see you. “You are not alone” – THANK BUDDHA FOR THAT 🙂 – and thank Buddha for “perseverance furthers” (and spellcheckers). As you know, I write by the seat of my pants – no post its, no outline (except the one in my head), more, “where was I then and how did I feel, what was happening. And when the writing is stretched out over a long period of time (and I think, will have to check, that this is the longest it has taken me to write a story), part of it is simply going back and remembering what I’ve written. Sometimes I have to do that with what I wrote yesterday evening… or five minutes ago :).

    • Hi Martyn,
      You lucky old devil you, livin’ the (retired in tropical paradise 555) life of Riley (I’d like to know more about him – sounds quite an interesting guy – so if anyone can fill me in on who was Riley I’d really appreciate it). And yes, I can’t wait for you to start reading it on your Kindle either. 😉

  2. Glad to know that the Muse has struck and progress is continuing. Yours is one of the few series that I follow that is not urban fantasy or science fiction. Keep up the good work and we, your audience, await the tale you will tell….

    • Bob,
      Thanks and I am honored. Have you read, Tag? My novel set approximately a hundred years from now? Happy to send it to you if you haven’t – I’m supposed to be writing a sequel to that one as well – in fact there are almost 25k words of a sequel done but that book was my first and came in at I think 128K words. The choice was Bangkok Series or Zumar Chronicles … and for now present-day takes precedence, but not forever, I like writing about the future. Thanks for your patience and your kinds words.

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