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Creative Democracy: Put One Word In Front Of The Other

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“When people ask I say ‘I just wrote a book about spaceships…”

Thomas Heasman-Hunt might well minimise the achievement of his debut novel “Legacy”. A mere fraction of the 50,000 words he wrote each month over a prolific two years, working by the mantra: “I just put one word in front of the other and see what happens”, Legacy is just a fragment in a universe of imagination

Cutting his teeth online, first in the gaming community before establishing his own original writing and developing a blog to showcase short stories, the novel has been a natural progression for Thomas’s work. But the author isn’t blasé about his “book about spaceships” out of arrogance, rather out of the world in which he moves.

“A lot of people are writing books,” he adds. “But also there’s a lot of people who aren’t. Because everyone seems to have a novel out…

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Legacy available to buy now!

As some of you might have seen, my debut novel, Legacy, is now available to buy in both eBook and hardback formats, published by Cynefin Road. You can buy it from Amazon here.

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Author Interview: Thomas Heasman-Hunt

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Today I am interviewing Thomas Heasman-Hunt, debut author of the new science-fiction novel, Legacy.

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DJ: Hey Thomas! Thanks for agreeing to do this interview!

For readers who aren’t familiar with you, could you tell us a little about yourself?

Thomas Heasman-Hunt: No problem. I’m a 31-year-old part-time author (in other words, like most writers, I have a day job…) living in Cambridgeshire in the UK. I’ve been writing, telling stories, playing make-believe and so forth for as long as I can remember, but I started doing it in earnest and trying to make a career out of it perhaps seven or eight years ago. I first tried writing a novel, which was a long slog to get finished and, once it was done, failed to win over any agents or publishers. I’m quite grateful for that now because it was very much a ‘first novel’…

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Meet the Terrans

First contact is a bitch.

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Interview: Thomas Heasman-Hunt

As the night’s draw in and the temperature falls, the best thing to do is look to spring. So, we settled down for a chat with our author Thomas Heasman-Hunt, to talk about writing, life, and his fabulous Cynefin Road debut, Legacy, which is set for release on the Spring Equinox 2017…

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If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?

Keep doing it. It took me an embarrassingly long time to realise the connection between the times when I was writing regularly and my general mood. In fact, I still forget sometimes even now… Plus writing is like anything else: you can read all the reference books and blog posts and #writetips you want, but unless you actually sit down andput one word in front of the other, you’ll never achieve anything.

What was an early experience where you…

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A Note: Emily Ajax

If anyone is looking for my stories about the Emily Ajax character and her universe of the Four Quadrants, these have been removed from this blog pending negotiations with a publisher to bring them to a wider audience. Stay tuned for further developments!

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The Anthropic Man

In an infinity of universes, none of us are alone – except for one man.

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