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Tag Archives: FLOODLANDERS

Change to the way you view my entire book catalogue

When I set up the Marinovich Books website and blog back in July 2013, I used a simple, and what I thought at the time, was an intuitive menu-method of navigating your way to my book pages. I think that it worked well for the first 2-3 novels and short stories. You clicked on the BOOKS […]

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Notes from my laptop #6

    As the midway point of 2014, disappears in our review mirrors, we find ourselves in September, and that means the end of summer in the UK. Quite a few things have happened since we last chatted. Finished the first draft of, Kharon, which is book three in the Kyle Gibbs. It was the […]

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Climate Change – the reason I wrote the Kyle Gibbs series

    Back in 2007, I started thinking about writing a non-fiction book covering the science and possible effects of climate change on our planet, and I wanted to focus on the effect that man was having on it. As time progressed, and the pile of research documents grew ever larger, I began to understand […]

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Floodlanders is listed in ‘The Nevils’ award of 2014

  When I got an email from Dan Bloom (the man who coined the phrase, cli-fi) notifying me that one of my books was on this fabulous list, I was so chuffed and honoured as all hell. Cli-fi is a genre which will hopefully make people more aware, not only about the threats, but also […]

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Notes from my laptop #2

Hello all. I just got back from a cold grey week in Scotland, where I was trying to photograph a variety of smaller species of birds and mammals which call the Cairngorms home. On one of the days I had a great hike up into the snow to chase Mountain hare and I am busy […]

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