About Me and My Blog

I live in East Kilbride, near Glasgow in Scotland, where I spend almost all my time raising my twin son and daughter. In my spare time I  work as an editor of television programmes.  Highlights of my work include London Olympics 2012 / Sportscene (BBC Sport), My Pet and MeNina and the Neurons / My Story / Same Smile / Down On The Farm (CBeebies), Copycats / Comic Relief Does Glee Club / Who Let The Dogs Out and About? (CBBC), Time To Remember (BBC4), Trust Me, I’m A Doctor / 2012 – Scotland’s Year to RememberThe Review Show / The Culture Show (BBC2), Iain Banks – Raw SpiritQuestion TimeWeakest Link (BBC1) among many others.

The main purpose of this blog is to post my attempts at fiction writing, something I do for enjoyment but would really like to do more seriously in the future. In the past I have reviewed films and books and I may carry on doing the occasional bit of that too. Thanks for taking the time to read anything, all comments welcome and I hope you enjoy.

Here’s an interview I gave about my writing and blogging: Interview With Iain Kelly

And here’s a fun / bizarre / surreal interview I gave to some hamsters recently: Interview with the Television Editor.

My first self-published collection of short stories – ‘Collected Sketches’ – is available from Amazon UKAmazon US.

**All posts, blogs, views expressed here are mine, and do not in any way represent or reflect the view of the BBC **

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62 thoughts on “About Me and My Blog

  1. I really like your blog! I will be reading so keep posting 🙂
    I could tell you studied film in comes through and you have excellent insight!

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  2. Iain, really like your blog, good work sir. I’m looking to talk to someone working in post in scotland about work over there, would it be okay to ask you some quick questions?

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  3. Iain, very nice to meet and learn more about you! Thank you for following my blog, I will certainly take time to visit yours as well. I hope your day is a happy one! 🙂

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  4. Well that sounds like a very demanding sort of job. Or at least challenging. I’m guessing writing is a bit of an escape for you then? Thanks so much for the follow. I will look forward to reading your work. 🙂

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  5. Hi there Iain, one of my most delightful friends hails from Scotland. When I first saw her I thought she looked like an angel. Her hair (from birth) is a delicately wavy snow white. And when I heard her lilting Scottish voice, I was even more delighted 🙂 And I am now delighted to welcome you to my blogging community ! You’ve probably noticed I like to tell tales too – of many varieties. I’m off to read some of yours…..

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  6. Lovely to connect Iain. I will be popping back to catch up on your progress. Thank you for following my blog it is appreciated.
    BTW my 1st husband was Scottish and I love the wildness of the place. Full of mystery and legend and inspiration for my stories.

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    1. Thanks Mandy, enjoyed looking at your blog, will be back to browse some more. Glad you like Scotland – not so romantic now that we’re heading into cold, wet winter again, but it does have great scenery to inspire!

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    1. I never owned one myself, but would love to be able to get one and type a novel on it. Computers have their place – blogs like this for example – but they lack the romance of a typewriter 🙂

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  7. Thank you for taking an interest in our Writer’s Community. I hope you visit often and CLICK THE BLUE FROG to read the prose from our tiny community.

    If you are only a reader, all of our community will welcome your feedback. We love hearing form our readers!

    If you are a writer, please feel welcome to visit here weekly for a stab at finding a prompt that will wet-your-whistle and get some creative juices flowing.

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  8. Thank you for the follow! I’ve been going through your blog, and there are some very interesting things on here. Flash fiction is always tough to write, but it presents a very interesting challenge.

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  9. Hello Iain. Thanks for the follow on pensitivity101, glad to have you aboard. Hope you’ll have a dig around and post a few comments on anything of interest. I love the ffedback and interaction. Welcome!

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  10. Hi there, I’ve nominated you for a Mystery Blogger Award as I’ve enjoyed your blog so much! Accepting the award was actually quite a lot of effort so I completely understand if you don’t want to accept it 🙂 If you do, all the (quite detailed…) instructions are on my blog. Cheers, Barb.

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  11. Hi Iain! We met during the A to Z Challenge. Just wanted to let you know that for pure fun, I started a #FictionFriday Challenge where music lyrics are used as prompts and we could read each other’s work. If you are interested, feel free to take a look. Cheers! M xoxo

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    1. Thanks for this – how did I miss that you had another blog? Had a quick look, will download for the kids some time soon. Lovely stuff. If you’re happy to I’m sure they would enjoy more so if you want to email me your other book, that would be warmly received I’m sure!

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