Here we go, here we go, here we go

Fanfare blast of trumpets, roll on the drums. The shiny new Harris article hits the Net, folks. The weather may be truly appalling and looking like it’s going to stay that way for a while, but life, as has been so wisely said, goes on. There’s a fair bit of stuff to go at on this site, if I say so myself and shouldn’t, and while the content may be mine, the conception and execution are down to a top webmaster, Martin Kerr of Tohunga – http://www.tohunga.co.uk  We’ve put together a site which is full of prize-winning content, both fiction and poetry, including six downloadable stories and nine downloadable poems, so if anyone’s visiting and is short of time (and most people are now, let’s face it) you can just do a little right-clicking operation and have a longer peep when time allows. It’s a kind of literary take-away, you might say, a morceau or two to be demolished and digested in the comfort of home.

I promise my blogs aren’t just going to be about plugging my book; I’m hoping to include some newsy stuff from down here in Devon and bits of pieces from my published and unpublished works. But, since we’re looking at the nice new site, it might be worth checking out First Flame, my collection of prize-winning stories, which you can pick up easily (see home page) from SPM publications and from Amazon. There are further publications coming along later in the year, and how I progress with them is another one of the things I’m going to be blogging about, so hi, welcome, and hang around to take a peek or two if you can.

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