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Disintegrate

Late, late in the night

I sit cross-legged on a

sea of pillows and blankets,

sipping on stale coffee

and watch the night disintegrate.

And then eventually… 77 more words

Gothic

Going to India for some excitement!

For the first time in my life, I am stress-free! And bored! So, I have decided to go on a holiday to add some interest to my life. 125 more words

Travel

Hybrid publishing - the good, the bad and the ugly #writers #writing #book #publishing

Do you need help with publishing? What options are available to you? This article from Jane Friedman gives some excellent advice!

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/authors/pw-select/article/66658-not-all-hybrid-publishers-are-created-equal.html

This has made me think about my own best options for publishing in the future. 49 more words

Writing

Five Fascinating Facts about Ian Fleming

Fun facts about Ian Fleming and his most famous creation, James Bond

1. Ian Fleming named James Bond after an ornithologist because it was the ‘dullest name’ he’d ever heard. 556 more words

Literature

Things to expect when another writer moves into your street #writing #writers

This situation can really ruffle your writing feathers.

After you make the horrifying discovery that another writer is now living on your street…

1. You will be amazed at the dramatic change in your writing motivation and productivity levels. 552 more words

Writing

Anthony Doerr: “My story had to feel like puzzle pieces to the reader”

Slowly but steadily, Anthony Doerr conquered the bestseller lists with his historical novel ‘All the light we cannot see’. This story is about children who live during the Second World War. 738 more words

Writers

What Girls Are Made Of

“A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose” – Gertrude Stein, 1922

One.
My mother whispers against a chubbed cheek,
hands cradling a head pushed between thighs… 2,097 more words

Poetry