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The realm of the unexpected

When I was small enough to be stuffed in the back of the car with my brother and toured across the continent, my dad would sing a repertoire of traveling songs. 768 more words

Relocation And Writing

Angels and Eldils

The Cosmic World of CS Lewis, the other Inkling

CS Lewis’s Cosmic Trilogy comprises three science fiction novels for adults, Out of the Silent Planet… 651 more words

Writing And Publishing

The Final Frontier

To Boldly Go (5)

So what is the future for space opera?

With modern developments in cinematography and CGI, movies and television seem to have become the favoured media for science fiction. 522 more words

Writing And Publishing

Follett's War

The Longest Winter

The Winter of the World is a sequel to Fall of Giants, which I reviewed on WordPress last October. The story follows the lives and loves of the next generation of the families introduced in the earlier novel. 692 more words

Writing And Publishing

10 Famous Quotations That Are Literary Misquotations

As Hesketh Pearson put it, ‘Misquotations are the only quotations that are never misquoted.’ To see if he’s right, we’ve compiled a Top Ten list containing what we think are the commonest expressions in English which are misquotations of their original literary idioms. 531 more words

Literature

bookheathen reblogged this on Bookheathen's Right to Read and commented:

We just love misquotations!

Audio version of "War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches"

Boss cover

12 hours of unabridged fun. Wells’ Martian invasion as witnessed by various luminaries of the time, told by the likes of Connie Willis, Robert Silverberg, Walter Jon Williams, and yours truly in “Blue Period:” a young Picasso watches the tripods lay waste to Paris and works on his portfolio.

Writing And Publishing