Well it's been some time since my last post. With one thing (Brush and Boltgun) and another (Real Life) I'd slowed down on my reading and not managed to pick up books as much as I'd like. With changes this year though, I canned driving to work in favour of taking the train, which gave … Continue reading And a year flew by – a blog reanimates like Frankenstein’s monster
Audible Review: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, narrated by Derek Jacobi
Frankenstein is a story that I'm sure most people have at least a vague knowledge of. The basics; Dr Frankenstein creates a being constructed of pieces of of freshly dead people, stitched together, and brought to life using a jolt of lightning - I could use that first thing in the morning. The first Frankenstein … Continue reading Audible Review: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, narrated by Derek Jacobi
A long time quiet
Well, it's been some time since I last posted, mainly because of a recent arrival, but it has been a pretty busy time in other ways too. As such, writing has been on hold for a while, but thankfully, I'm back in the swing of things. At present I'm halfway through writing Slip Jevans book two, … Continue reading A long time quiet
The Quest for an Agent
As many writers can attest, not least the likes of JK Rowling and her original struggle, the quest for an agent can be an ongoing and uphill battle. Not because you can't write very well (although I expect this was the case for me about five years ago...), and not because you can't string together … Continue reading The Quest for an Agent
Audible – reading books through your ears.
This morning, after 29 pleasurable hours listening, I finished Charles Dickens' novel, Pickwick Papers on Audible. In the past I've tried reading Dickens, and found it hard going, it's not a style that I can read very well, and because of this, I've never managed more than a couple of chapters before moving on to … Continue reading Audible – reading books through your ears.