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About authorphilpartington

Phil is a writing enthusiast of many years, having been published in numerous online and national print trade and sports publications over the past decade. He has spent the past five years delving back into the world of fiction writing, focussing on the fantasy, horror and suspense genres. Deshay of the Woods is his first novel.

Into the Woods

See “The Dream Factory” for a full list of my shared dreams. I had this cool dream last night. I don’t really recall what was going on; I was just doing my own thing with a friend or two, I … Continue reading

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Phil’s YouTube Music Channel

Check out my channel on YouTube for original songs and stuff (well, more to come as I get to it :D). Please subscribe there so I don’t feel so lonely :P. Phil’s YouTube Channel    

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Circus Tent Apocalypse (The Dream Factory)

Just had another interesting dream last night–or at least I thought it was interesting. I’m sitting in a set of bleachers inside a massive circus tent. It’s a packed crowd for the feature presentation, the introduction of alien beasts/animals that … Continue reading

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“Utter Dadness” – New Daddy Blog

For those of you who are parents or like the idea of laughing at parents’ misery, check out my brand new blog, Utter Dadness. It’s a humorous look at fatherhood of three young boys. Don’t fret (in case you were … Continue reading

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The Secret Society Dream (The Dream Factory)

I remember having this nightmare a few years ago (my dream log tells me it was in October of 2012), which is odd because I rarely have nightmares and, when I do, they rarely startle me this much. This one … Continue reading

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The Kal’shee Grave Lands (Free Read)

My writing projects have been slow going of late, mostly because of how crazy busy life’s been. In short, I’m stuck on where to take them at the moment. But I still have the itch to write, so I’ve decided … Continue reading

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Why Authors Should Avoid Adverbs

We’ve all heard it: Avoid adverbs at all cost. While I’m never a fan of speaking in terms of “rules” when it comes to fiction writing—the “rules” of fiction writing tend to bend—this one I’d strongly recommend paying attention to. … Continue reading

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