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D.J. Cowdall

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Harry Harrison, Stephen King, H.G Wells, Jules Verne

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DJ Cowdall is the author of the hugely popular 'The Dog Under The Bed Series'. He is a British Author, having spent many years writing and publishing short stories, now writing novels of all types

Released January 2018, his novel, "'The Dog Under The Bed", is a charming and funny tale about a stray dog in need of a home, which has received a huge response from readers

He has also authored a book about his time living in Africa and his experiences with his two amazing dogs, titled 'Two Dogs In Africa'

Following the success and acclaim of "The Dog Under The Bed", David has released a follow up titled 'The Dog Under The Bed 2: Arthur On The Streets', which is available now on Amazon worldwide in Kindle and paperback

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Writing great novels, or making money?

I know many would say the two go hand in hand, but in real life that isn’t always the case. There are plenty out there who will write quickly, churning out novels at an amazing rate, perhaps a new book every month, and see this as a means to make money and thus a living from their writing. I imagine some are capable of writing something half decent this way, but I cannot help but wonder just how g Read more of this blog post »
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“Sat apart from the decay, an area of woodland, which shimmered in green. It offered a kind of radiance Namtilla had never seen, such a hostile paradox to the world she had grown up in. Memories were haunted by fear, but affected by the same mundane surroundings, as if someone with a single set of bricks and a monochrome vision had created it for them, and colour was something that only inhabited the imagination.”
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