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…Authors, as much as possible, check the facts…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…it will come as no surprise to some of yeez to learn that as a wee boy at school in Docklands, Govan in Glasgow, Master Gallacher was a bit of a ‘smart-ass’…a trait that has doubtless recognisably carried forward into my more advanced years…  always first to raise my hand…

…and in other news… bestselling Author, Master Gallacher, turns commercial (shock! horror!)…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…far be it from this ol’ Scots Jurassic scribbler to blow his own bagpipe, but in seems a groundswell has taken place whereby enuff other writing folks deem my supposed prowess in the craft sufficient for them to entrust their own wee literary baby masterpieces to my eye for, either/or/or…

…ghostwriters in the sky… getting more than one life through autobiographies…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…this past twelve months has seen this ol’ Scots Jurassic scribbler delve into a hitherto unknown authorly region… by sheer happenstance, I was invited to consider a ghostwriting commission for the life story of a gentleman in Bahrain… a man whom I’ve much respected for many years… apart from the…

…a wee post about Majlis visits in the Middle East…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…first up, for my non-Arabic friends, an explanation  of the WURD, ‘Majlis’ will be helpful… literally it means, ‘the place of sitting’… in Arabic society, the higher essence is of a council, where authority can listen to the views and opinions of those in their respective communities and constituencies… in the…

…Authors… Giveaways, Freebies and Promos are all a matter of balance…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…as a writer, I’m often asked, ‘why give yer stuff away for free?’… this ol’ Jurassic Scots scribbler can be as charitable as the next man… but, with a nod to my Caledonian heritage, and to quote a famous writer of the past, “…his generosity knows bounds!…” …delving into the wunnerful…

…the gift of sight… all too often among things I take for granted…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…as a wee lad of barely 4 years of age, this ol’ Scots Jurassic scribbler was already an avid reader… the local public library in Elder Park in Docklands, Govan in Glasgow, where I grew up, was an oasis in an area deprived of many things… the junior section encouraged…

…a HUGE thanks to you wunnerful listeners who’ve downloaded my Audio Book…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…one of my favorite poems is Walter De La Mere’s ‘THE LISTENERS‘, published just over a hundred years ago in 1912… fast forward to the present day, and still among my favourites  is a new breed of ‘Listeners’… the good folks who’ve honoured me by downloading my maiden foray into…

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