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The Perfect Writer
My grandfather was one of the most prolific authors who ever lived. In ninety years he penned over 300 novels. He wrote constantly but always found time for his family and friends. He never experienced writer’s block, nor did he fall into black moods when the ideas that were so clear in his head did not translate readily onto the page.
My writing career stalled magnificently…
Originally posted on The Equiatic Bind:
The wait is over!
Marrying the Animal: One hundred 100 word stories is on sale now here for Australians and here for Americans and here for Brits or at your local Amazon site if you’re not from these three countries. Some of these stories have featured on this blog (usually from prompts supplied by two very awesome, very talented ladies) but there…
Here’s an article I wrote about The Exorcist - It’s really good, if I do say so myself.
Here is a review I wrote for Bibliosmiles.com. Have a read and then go and track down the book :)
Originally posted on BiblioSmiles:
Prince of Cats is a prequel to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet told from the point of view of Juliet’s cousin Tybalt, Prince of Cats (according to the dramatis personae at the start of the play). That in itself is pretty interesting, but author and…
Imagine a House
In order to will a house into existence one must first eat a hardy breakfast. The exertion of imagining walls that can hold up ceilings will drain you until you are staring at the reflection of a low-toner photocopy version of your face.
Windows are especially tricky. You can close your eyes, make fists and eat lots of fiber, but the idea of imagining into being a surface that…