We were told in no uncertain terms, by females present, that reducing an iconic character like ‘Gloriana’ to an offstage voice, was unlikely to prove popular! Continue reading Censorship in the Time of Shakespeare.
[His] paintings illustrate his sense of fun. But they are also expressions of the life and humanity to be found beneath the skin of a conventional portrait. Continue reading Writer, Artist, Typographer: My Conversation With Johannes Kerkhoven.
TSL provides an outlet for voices which would not otherwise have a chance to get heard. Continue reading Educator, Historian, Publisher: a conversation with Anne Samson
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I am so pleased to have Robbie Cheadle as my guest author at last. I know, you expect crime writers to be my guests. but today is an exception. Just look at her body of… Continue reading The Versatile and Prolific Robbie Cheadle is my Guest Author with something for Kids and Adults…
I despair at the loss of free speech – the world’s public is being groomed and silenced just as surely as those predators groom vulnerable young girls over social media. Continue reading Update #3 – Lucinda E Clarke
I can’t put a price on how useful my writing group is. Check out social media for groups in your town. It will be worth it. Continue reading A Date With . . . James Roby
Last year, I revisited all my published titles and edited them. . . It took several months but was worth doing, and I enjoyed reconnecting with my characters. Continue reading Update #2 – Rebecca Bryn
I have suffered severe anxiety and depression for most of my life and so these themes have been woven easily into my books with compassion and empathy. Continue reading A Date With . . . Lisa Shambrook
I’m thoroughly enjoying the whole process of writing again. Continue reading Update #1 – Dominique Kyle
“I grew up on Stephen King, Edgar Allen Poe, and Dean Koontz. Those guys were the be all end all for me. I couldn’t get enough. As I got older though and I read some of their newer stuff, (King and Koontz) I find that their style has changed and I am finding them harder to read now. Continue reading A Date With . . . Chris Robertson