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I live in the new town of Milton Keynes with several (hard to be specific - they don't stand still) black and white critturs in an old Tardis-like cottage. Why move to a new town and live in an old house? Why indeed.

Between 2006 and 2013 I worked part-time as a tutor in Creative Writing (2nd level) for the Open University, teaching poetry, short fiction and life writing. That was a lot of fun.

In 2009 I won The New Writer's short story competition for the second time. Apparently that's some kind of record. My story, ‘The dark side of the Moon’, was published in 2010 in issue no 103. Sadly, the magazine has closed now, after many good years. So I shall be reissuing that story, along with some of my others, shortly in a volume to be entitled Ice Cold Passion.

 My poetry has been in British small press anthologies over more years than I care to recall. My short fiction has been in, amongst others, the magazines Acclaim (1996), Interzone (1998), The Interpreter's House (1999) and Carve (2004); also in various anthologies, including the Independent on Sunday (1997), World Wide Writers (1998) and The New Writer's Collection (2003). I have a story in each of Earlyworks’ anthologies With Islands In Mind (2007) and The Road Unravelled (2007) which are available from Amazon or Earlyworks direct – url here: http://www.earlyworkspress.co.uk/fiction_index.htmg.

My new novella Little Mouse will be published shortly. It is set earlier in the same time line as Is death really necessary?. Now I’m working on collecting together some of my short stories that have been in magazines etc and are now hard to get hold of. Then it's back to the draft of the 'history-and-mystery' thriller about which I'm really excited and which is SO good it'll make your eyes water. 

My blogsite, judimoore.wordpress.com, contains various reviews of music, poetry and things on at the theatre that appeal to me. I’m also on Goodreads. And on Facebook. But I don’t tweet. One has to draw the line somewhere.

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Is Death Really Necessary?

4.5 stars on Amazon

4.6 stars on Goodreads

Category: Science Fiction

"A pacy, entertaining read with a cast of satisfyingly ill-tempered characters"

Heather Richardson, author of Magdeburg

 

"Combines strong, believable characters and a good story... neatly raising
all sorts of questions not only about life and death, but about the power of
technology and our increasing dependence upon it." 
 
Ruth Downie, author of the Ruso series published by Bloomsbury USA

 

In 2038 the enormous potential of Nanonics has finally been realised.

Now it can heal the terminally sick at a molecular level.

Terrorists can also use it to turn vital petrol supplies into something resembling molasses.

This is the story of what happens when white nanonics meets black nanonics

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