Monthly Archives: November 2014

Exposé – the title track from my first novella – published 1998 in the UEA texts series

Exposé Looking at the aged couple bickering in the corner of my Metro carriage, I doubt this is the City of Love.  I don’t quite understand what they are saying, but the words “Dans le café encore une fois?” and … Continue reading

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Make Sure You Have One – a short story

I have blogged this before, but I have just noticed a glaring error on my introduction so I am blogging it again! International copyright remains with the individual author, ie Becky Deans and any similarities to any people or organisations … Continue reading

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Chapter One of Simon Says: Perfect Prison

Simon says   Chapter 1: Perfect Prison   Who knows how she got to that moment? Banging on the kitchen door, demanding to be let out. She was cooking a pasta bake, pasta steaming away, needed a tissue, and she … Continue reading

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Titles for Novels

I am indulging myself here, blogging while fulfilling my son’s breakfast order. But it has suddenly struck me that I have four working titles for books: Simon Says; Learning to Growl: the Truth about Sax and Gender; The Legacy of … Continue reading

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