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Perfect Day (45)

Mr Patel and his son, Anil, walked into the police station several hours after the bodies of the skinheads had been found and asked to speak with a detective about the murders which had been reported on the morning news. 932 more words


Another noir novel in the making.

Well, it’s time to move on.

Another novel is now being written and will be ready for later this year. That makes three, two for this year and the first one that was published in 2014. 201 more words


Book review: The Trophy Son

There was a lot of publicity around this novel by Douglas Brunt when it was released this summer, and I was curious to read it. 457 more words

Writing Blog

How You can use Reading to Help You Relax

Reading gives us more benefits than we might think. A lot of us like to read for pleasure and getting to go into another world and not having to worry about the problems in our lives can be a great feeling. 288 more words

Post-Colonial Literary Theory and Robert Macfarlane's "The Wild Places"

Hi guys, and welcome back to my blog!  This time we’re discussing the second half of Robert Macfarlane’s The Wild Places, and how it relates to post-colonialism literary theory. 1,077 more words


NOT For the First Time

I don’t generally reread books. At least not in their entirety. When it comes to me re-reading something, it consists of me pulling the book from the shelf and reading my favorite sections(s) then quickly returning it to its designated spot. 499 more words



Low-lying stone

under bended weeds


Not hiding, but unseen

Worn down by wind

Silently unyielding

Belligerent monument

Altar to

Broken lawnmower blades

And winces at stubbed toes; 106 more words