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Talking Twisted by Steph Wessell from the Twisted50 Book Launch

Ok, so I was a bit tipsy… and giddy with getting an unexpected, lovely and oh-so-heavy glass award (2nd Best Story)… and feeling really sociable, meeting face-to-face many friends I’d previously met only virtually in the Create 50 community… and I was so happy to be showing my husband and friends (also in attendance) the …

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Listen to Twisted50 writer Steph Wessell on BBC Radio Bristol

Stephanie is the writer of ‘The Beholder’ in Twisted50 vol 1 and she discusses her Create50 journey on BBC Radio Bristol, March 13th with Laura Rawlings. As ever Steph delivers a world class interview. We can all learns sooooo much from her skills! Chris Jones www.Twisted50.com  

Listen to Steph Wessell on BBC Radio Bristol talking Create50!

Our very own one woman marketing machine Steph Wessell has been spreading the good news about Twisted50 again by getting herself on the radio and slaying it like a pro. It’s a terrific interview, and listen to how it sounds when the host refers to knocking Stephen King off the top spot. Twisted50 writers… That’s YOUR book …

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Success lies at the crossroads between experience and opportunity

If success lies at the crossroads between experience and opportunity, then the simple act of creative collaboration is by far the best strategy to increase your experience and opportunities. When we create, be it writing, making movies, marketing our stuff, we more often than not work in partnership with others, sometimes even a bigger team. …

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The Beholder: How We’re All Watched… by Stephanie Wessell

For me, truly horrifying tales involve a hidden evil within normal, everyday life. Imagine: there’s an unsettling spirit entity watching you read this RIGHT NOW. Can’t you feel it, observing you? It’s right here, just at your shoulder, willing you to turn around… look. Look now. LOOK! Nothing there? It doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist… …

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