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Reblogged from Adventures In American Writing: The Frontiers of the boundless future, “ I am writing a manifesto and I want nothing, yet I say certain things, and I am against manifestoes as a matter of principles, as I am also … Continue reading
Reblogged from Black Door Press: Gillian’s a gal!!
I want to tell you today about two people I care very much for. I have known them for a while, indeed, they are close friends. You may have met them already there. Writing this makes be smile. But I’ll … Continue reading
Reblogged from Joanne Phillips – a writer's journey: Today I feel like a real author – and I’m one important step closer to publishing my novel. Can’t Live Without has just been sent off to the proofreader – yippee! I’ve … Continue reading
Names talk to us, readers and writers, dreamers, believers, lovers, children’s names, characters names, book titles, cities names, river names: the Thames, the Seine, the Danube, the Mekong… Prague, Berlin, Barcelona, New-York, London, Paris, Sydney, Johannesburg, Mumbai, Oslo… Country names, … Continue reading
masculus, mascula, masculum: male/masculine, proper to males; manly/virile Reflecting on male characters… What influences us now in the development of a character? For a fiction writer the credibility of a character is important is it not? At least for the … Continue reading
Reblogged from free penny press: Whether we celebrate Easter holiday or not, we all have the opportunity to be re-born. For me, everyday is a new way to try to live my life correct. I don’t look for others to make me … Continue reading
He looked at her, she smiled, and he knew she knew. Slowly he came closer, opened the pad and started reading, in a low voice, in his smooth, disarming accent, the one he used when he really wanted to seduce, … Continue reading
Reblogged from Be not afeard: Day 31 on my novel has come to a close. Hard to believe it’s already been a month since I started putting pen to paper… or clicking the keyboard as it were. It was kind … Continue reading