Mercia McMahon is an author and editor of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Her work is published through her own publishing business MMMporium.MMMporium Author
Brexit in Context is an historically based analysis of why the UK voted to leave the EU. It was originally planned for publication on the first anniversary of the launch of the campaign on 20 February 2016, but has been slightly delayed by health issues and is now due for publication by the end of March 2017.
Latest addition to the website stable is Oneliners by Mercia McMahon, which consists of oneliners by Mercia McMahon, but on a smartphone it may take up more than one line.
This Mercia McMahon website has been redesigned so that the full article links will take you to a copy on this website, rather than transferring you to my business website MMMporium.com.
MMMporium books are no longer exclusive to Amazon and therefore do not appear in its Kindle Unlimited lending library, but they have returned to the Scribd ebook library service.
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Brexit in Context on the historical context to the UK vote to leave the European Union has been delayed but hopefully will appear 1 March at the latest.Full Article
On 9 June 2009 I moved from Manchester to London, leaving the north a day early because of the threatened tube strike. That move was a fulfilment of a dream that I had held since 1983 to move to the greatest cultural city on earth.Full Article
Chieshi is the city-state that lies at the heart of Preserving Eternity, the first novel in the Fumetsu Cycle. It surrounds the mountain of Fumetsu-zan on which the older members of the immortal Fumetsu race live.Full Article
An article about Japanese castle design and warfare in the wake of Kumamoto Castle being damaged in an earthquake. It was the inspiration for the fictional city of Chieshi in my novel Preserving Eternity.Full Article
This article contains a summary of Mercia McMahon's efforts in National Novel Writing Month (November) or Camp NaNoWriMo (April and July). National Novel Writing Month has been running since 1999 as an internet based peer pressure activity to persuade reluctant novelists to prove that they can write a 50,000 word novel in one month.Full Article
Near the exhibition entrance is a wall with a telling statement that science fiction asks big questions. Philosophical endeavours are not the exclusive domain of literary fiction a case of Sci-Fi performing the function of Sci-Phi.Full Article
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