Clare Davidson

Writing without compromise

The icons who have left us

04/02/2016

My mum tagged me in a Facebook post this morning, which was noting that it's been 30 years to the day that Karen Carpenter died.I'm too young to have been a fan of the Carpenters whilst Karen was still alive, but at some point in my teens I heard her voice and instantly fell in love.

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Talent versus practise

28/01/2016

In arts and sports, we often talk about "talent" and how some people have it and some people, quite simply, don't. Is it therefore impossible for someone without "talent" to ever be as good as someone who does, no matter how much effort and practise they put in?I find that a very depressing notion.

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The Imperfection of Kim

10/11/2015

I first wrote this blog post for a guest slot on Monica LaPorta's blog last year. However, I thought it was pretty apt to share today, as Reaper's Rhythm (The Hidden Series Book 1) is being re-released by Realmwalker Publishing.

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The Wolves of Gettryne

24/09/2015

We're all told the "truth" of the society we live in: the rules we're supposed to obey, the beliefs we're supposed to hold. And for the most part, we accept those rules and those beliefs because they're the norm.

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Kiana: The evolution of a character

10/09/2015

Trinity originally started life as a different book, with a different set of characters. Over time (and childbirth) the story and the characters evolved into Trinity.Kiana (or Trea as she was originally called), had the most evolving and growing to do.

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Trinity

08/09/2015

As you all know, I recently signed with Realmwalker Publishing Group. Part of that deal, was to re-release my backlist, starting with Trinity. I'm therefore pleased to announce that, as of today, Trinity is available for Kindle and in paperback.

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To my mum: an apology

01/09/2015

I was a horrible kid. We fought all the time. I remember standing in the garden and screaming at the top of my lungs how much I hated you.As an adult, I can look back and see how wrong my actions were and how I had no right to lash out at you, or get angry at you when things weren't going right in my life.

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