Last week I wrote about the first two books in Mary Stewart’s Merlin trilogy and how they became the standard against which I measure all Arthurian stories. 1,843 more words
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Writers can run into problems, when they use their usual strategies to deal with new text genres. If you’re used to writing in the form of the five-paragraph essay and apply the same approach when it comes to a research article, you will be in trouble. 609 more words
This week, allonymbooks author EJ Knight reviews Elizabeth Edmondson’s period crime novel, A Man of Some Repute.
Period tone is always a controversial area for writers, actors, directors, filmmakers and musicians. 707 more words