Nearly There- Sorry For the Faff

After a few weeks of 'faffing' in the way only I can faff, the first Forgotten Scotland Mini-read is nearly there. Thank you all for you patience although I would imagine your world has managed to revolve quite nicely, and people have gone on performing minor miracles and major indiscretions ( I am quite interested in those) regardless, without your first Mini-read being available due to my faffing. At this stage, I tend to hand over the scripty stuff to people who know about tech things and strange algorithms and, all of a sudden, it will appear. When I am notified that these backstreet tech wizardry things have followed through to their obvious conclusion, I will report back and we can all await something appearing on a screen. This, I find, is the way of life. I do have a huge amount of respect for these people, of course. But what happened to farmers, folk who did stuff, etc, etc.....

Writing Biography

Kenneth Paul Stephen

Kenneth Paul Stephen is an award-winning short story writer, journalist and PR consultant.
In 2010 he won the David Toulmin short story prize.
In 2011/2012 he won a Scottish Book Trust New Writer award.
In 1977, he won a drawing competition at Butlins (his proudest career achievement to date).
His short stories have been published in leading literary magazines and anthologies.
He is the founder of Heartland Media and PR. His clients include Scotland’s gamekeepers, Penguin UK and crime authors James Oswald and Ed James.

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