What’s Your First Draft Like? – J. S. Law

Rebecca Bradley

Today I’m pleased to welcome J.S Law to the blog to talk about his first draft process.

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Having written short stories and novels throughout his naval career, James completed an MA in Creative Writing at Portsmouth University shortly before leaving the navy in 2013, completing…

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