A five star review.
How I find inspiration to write. Storytelling is an art that has been around since the dawn of time. It takes on different forms for different people. Most of us here love books or blogging, physical words on a page, but let's also consider there's music and film and photography and art and conversations with [...]
A list - can probably be applied to other streams of creativity too A DEFINITON OF WRITER'S BLOCK: FOR ME IT'S AN INTENSE HEADACHE AND A STOMACH FULL OF SHAKING FRUSTRATION. PUSHING FOR A THOUGHT TO APPEAR WHEN THERE'S NOTHING. LIKE PUTTING ONE HUNDRED PERCENT OF YOUR ENERGY INTO STANDING STILL. IT'S A FEELING WE [...]
Hey! Long time, no book related blog post. Pretty shabby for a self-proclaimed bibliomaniac. But I can't wait to show you this book: 'Paperbacks from Hell' by Grady Hendrix. Originally I purchased this as a book to sit on the side and be dipped into every so often. While it's a beautiful book my expectation [...]
It's hard to believe that this time last week I was eagerly anticipating one of the busiest weeks ever. I had the absolute pleasure of attending the London Book Fair for the first time, which was enthralling. As I stepped into the hall on the first day, dotted with the skeletons of stands, my excitement [...]
'A Literary Christmas' is an anthology by the British Library, published in 2013. While I realise this is a book I could potentially be the last person to know about, I really thought it was worth sharing if you're still looking for a nice bookish gift. A few weeks ago I mooched around the bookshop [...]