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Book Review: What to do when Someone Dies

Title: What to do when someone dies
Author: Nicci French
Publisher: Penguin Books
ISBN: 9780141020921
Pages: 344
Price: 350 INR/ £6.99
Source: Personal Copy

What to do when Someone Dies is a novel with a gripping plot by Nicci French. 543 more words

Book Review

What Shall I Call You?*

If you’re kind enough to read this blog occasionally, you’ll know that right now, I’m working on revising my fourth Joel Williams novel. Revising can be a difficult process, especially if some fundamental things about a story need to be changed. 760 more words

Michael Connelly

My Analyst Told Me*

As this is posted, it would have been Sigmund Freud’s 161st birthday. There’ve been a lot of criticisms of Freud’s work through the decades as we’ve gotten to understand the human mind a little better. 1,036 more words

Agatha Christie

Weekly Wrap Up (April 30)

This Week on the Blog

My first review of the week was for the novella Mother Knows Best by Netta Newbound, part of my Mount TBR 2017 challenge which I’m insanely proud to say is still on track! 972 more words

Weekly Posts

The Chase

It is quite interesting how one’s life can be filled with joy and then suddenly emptied and then torn apart ruthlessly. One could say being obsessive simply sets you up for failure. 304 more words

Engl 115W Blogs

"Your Place and Mine": A Digital Rethinking of a Typical Story

A “boy meets girl, girl doesn’t like boy” story reimagined through a digital medium.

Nicci French’s digital story “Your Place and Mine” takes full advantage of the digital platform by adding charm unavailable to stories written in other ways. 610 more words

"Your [Playlist] and Mine"

This is a playlist full of songs inspired by the short story, “Your Place and Mine” written by Nicci French.

Playlist for “Your Place and Mine” 626 more words