I used to be strictly a summer person, but these days I find it harder to decide which season I love the most. Since moving from town to country six years ago I have been able to appreciate that there are not four seasons in the year, but at least a dozen, with perhaps hundreds of mini-seasons layered on top of one another in between. 445 more words
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First, you will have to compose a record of all the subjects that are of attention to you, or have professional information. There’s no factor in preparing on a magazine and… 469 more words
So, I have started the process of sending out query letters to literary agents. This is something like saying “I have started the process of passing a kidney stone without the benefit of modern medicine.” I expect it might take a long time and might not be the most enjoyable thing I could be doing. 220 more words
I’ve had a curious relationship for almost twelve months now with the book that is the subject of this post.
I first head of it in a special feature the Guardian entitled Rules from Writers, one of whom was two-time Man-Booker Prize winner, Hillary Mantel. 764 more words