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🐲 THE BOOKDRAGON CHRONICLES 🐲 The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule Review

“HAS YOUR LIFE BEEN A FAILURE? LET’S MAKE YOUR DEATH A SUCCESS!”

That’s the motto of this week’s book – The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule. 372 more words

Books

Artemis

As you may have already read, Artemis is not The Martian.

This is not entirely bad, but I think that most who loved Andy Weir’s first novel will be at least a little disappointed in his second.  336 more words

Books

21. Closer Than You Think

After the bath, Brother Frithil takes Till back to the room where he slept, and helps him put on his fresh tunic and pants. Like the shoes, the garments are too large for him, but very soft and warm. 513 more words

Adventure

Guest Post by Louise Dean Award Winning Author and Creator of Kritikme.com Posted by Daniel Stubbings

Offering advice on how to write and  information on her 90 day course read on:

The Five ‘fs’ that make great novels

As a writer I am known for my frank and darkly comic novels and have been writing for twenty years, but it’s only in the last few months that I’ve undertaken to examine my own process as part of the ‘apprenticeship’ I offer to novelists in my creative writing course at Kritikme.com. 976 more words

Creativity

Book reviews...a new podcast looms: The James Bond Complex!

Hello readers!

This past summer the blog began a book review series that aimed to go through all of the Ian Fleming 007 novels and afterwards, assuming we eventually wrote reviews for each Fleming story, the continuation novels. 522 more words

Bond Family

Sample Chapter from upcoming Novel: The Last World War Volume 2

If you haven’t read it I have a book called The Last World War, Volume 1 (Trial by fission). Many people have enjoyed it, and we always intended for there to be a second. 2,939 more words