Alec has recently lost his wife and heads to a coastal village in North Norfolk with his lovable dog Watson looking for some peace from his loss. 298 more words
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As a journalist, there’s nothing more annoying than finding spelling mistakes or grammatical errors in your own work.
I confess that I always read my own stories first in the… 490 more words
Now that I’ve been reading several books on writing, I’ve come to the conclusion that books on writing should either be funny, matter of fact or zen-like. 638 more words
First I chuckled, then I had the worst nightmare (literally) and then I finished off reading this book with another hilarious bout of laughter! So apart from the bad dreams (more about that later) I totally enjoyed Cat Out Of Hell by… 206 more words
Author Lynne Truss, perhaps better known for her non-fiction work (such as Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation) made an appearance at Barnes and Noble last night to read from her latest piece of fiction, 367 more words