And books, they offer one hope — that a whole universe might open up from between the covers, and falling into that universe, one is saved. Anne Rice, Blackwood Farm Continue reading On Books: Anne Rice
I came across this brilliant tag whilst reading some posts on The Inky Tavern blog which is run by my dear blogging buddy Desiree B. A massive Sunday shout out to you, lovely lady.
Captivated by the insight into another blogger’s way of doing things, I thought I’d add my own answers to the mix. Continue reading “12 Essential Questions Answered in Behind-the-Scenes Blogging Tag”
A concept is a brick. It can be used to build a courthouse of reason. Or it can be thrown through the window. Gilles Deleuze, A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia Continue reading On Concept: Gilles Deleuze
Is the past worth dying for?
Ember Harris lives in a world ruled by science in which humanity has lost touch with the ideals of the world we know. Continue reading “New World Short Story: Carousel”
There is a particularly cutting reality that you should make peace with from the start if you suspect that you may be a writer: nobody wants to read your sh*t!
During my failed attempt to write a novella in 24 hours, I pushed myself through two 12 hour stretches of marathon fiction writing last weekend.
To write for a living is generally thought of as a solitary activity. Mainly that’s true. Writing for me usually means being locked away inside my measly little flat for hours …sometimes days!
Also, seeing that most of the work actually goes on inside my head, I often feel that it is very difficult to actually share the amazing journey I am on: to becoming a full-time fiction writer. Continue reading “5 Ways You Can Share Your Writer’s Journey”