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#LockedInABookshop – The Books I Would Read if I Found Myself in the Position of the #WaterstonesOne

Most of you will have undoubtedly heard about the luck misfortune of David Willis who suffered the amazing awful ordeal of being accidentally locked into the Trafalgar Square store of Waterstones for a few hours before, having tweeted, he was rescued. 1,079 more words

Book Thoughts

An Interview with director Bennett Miller at the BFI

Last night the BFI Southbank hosted Bennett Miller for a candid interview spanning his movie career as part of the London Film Festival 2014. Miller gave a thoughtful and reflective insight into how he approached each of his films from his early life and the making of his debut… 792 more words

Phillip Seymour Hoffman

10 Authors Bizarre Writing Habits

Authors writing habits never cease to fascinate me.  This week’s blog post is dedicated to 10 famous authors bizarre writing habits.


Flannery O’Connor - Author and essayist Flannery O’Connor explained in… 546 more words


7 Books For Breakups

Maybe you just broke up with someone…or they broke up with you. Maybe you just want to help a friend. No matter what the situation, books are always a tangible way of knowing you’re not truly alone. 242 more words

NEW WKAR Book Review: The Mockingbird Next Door by Marja Mills

This time on WKAR’s Current State I review the new book on Harper Lee, The Mockingbird Next Door. This nonfiction work is by Marja Mills. 702 more words


Oh, booze.

My novel is out in the world again, searching for a publishing house to call home. Wish it luck.

On another note, who feels like a drink? 543 more words

Writing Process

The Music of Words - Quote (49)

“To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it’s about, but the inner music that words make.” — Truman Capote