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The right to dislike

This will be a short post.

If you keep up with the book blogging world in any way, you’ve likely already seen the insanity that is Kathleen Hale’s terrifying piece for The Guardian in which a book blogger wrote a negative review of Hale’s work and Hale detailed her obsession and her graduation from a badly behaving author to a full-fledged  183 more words

Blog

Behind the Pseudonym

That J. K. Rowling would embark on the next phase of her writing career under a pseudonym was almost a foregone conclusion. In July last year, the best-selling living novelist was unveiled as the author behind debut crime novel… 1,047 more words

Literature

Facebook's Dance on Thin Ice

Facebook has become a wide thorn stuck in my conscience, and it is only embedding itself deeper with every account its handlers close over the pseudonym issue. 1,156 more words

Writing

Becoming Robert Pimm: a strange sensation

I wrote last month that I was planning to change my pen-name to Robert Pimm.

Today, 17 October, I have taken a further step towards that goal.   277 more words

Travel

Historien bakom mitt namn - den långa versionen

Eftersom det kan råda viss förvirring över att jag heter samma namn som mina egna karaktärer i Dödskyssen och eftersom Charlotte frågade, så kommer här en förklaring till varför det blev just namnet Iza Melody Frost som pryder mina novellomslag. 384 more words

Övrigt

Haunting Books: The Cuckoo’s Calling and The Silkworm, by Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)

I’ve mentioned before that I wasn’t fond of the Harry Potter books. But I read all seven of them, if only so I could talk to my nieces and improve my crossword puzzle performance. 907 more words

Writing

Why I Love Pseudonyms

I really enjoy online interaction with people. Over the years I have tried many different methods of socializing online, including email, instant messaging, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram and various multiplayer games. 240 more words

Introvert