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whisper my Love

“If you listen to the wind very carefully, you’ll be able to hear me whisper my love for you.”

― Andrew Davidson


Carrying On


This blog is increasingly an account of the daily challenges of a newly adopted profession where the novel has developed a life of its own. 1,189 more words

Aspiring Author

Superficial wounds that run deep

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Andrew Davidson’s The Gargoyle (Random House, 2008) is a fast-moving, smooth-reading, deceptively happy-ending narration. 1,074 more words

I am more than my scars.

Andrew Davidson, The Gargoyle

The Atmospheric Images of Andrew Davidson

Today, I would like to introduce you to an artist I admire by the name of Andrew Davidson. There is not a great deal of information available about Davidson because he has not conducted many interviews, but like all great artists, his work mainly speaks for itself. 201 more words



The prolific writer Ray Bradbury gave a talk about writing. His mantra for how to become a writer was simple, “read and write”. To read also meant to read widely, fiction, poetry non-fiction, history, science and everything in between. 518 more words