Hemingway said we are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master. Continue reading Make Them Happy, Make Them Sad, Make Them Stay.
I have no tickles, never had. I used to tell my kids that they all fell out as I snapped back up from the bottom of a bungee jump Continue reading A Date With. . . Max Power
That’s what makes a great writer, according to Rebecca Bryn and she should know, being one of the greatest. Her work deserves much wider recognition. “For Their Country’s Good” would make a TV series to rival “Poldark” and “The Dandelion Clock”, which I had the privilege of reading pre-publication, has echoes of Michael Morpurgo’s “War Horse”. Writing that comes from the heart, with deep emotional overtones and well developed characters, will always captivate me as a reader. Ms. Bryn does that brilliantly. via It’s not what you know, it’s who you know! Continue reading It’s not what you know, it’s who you know!
many “secret writing rules” involve useful tips, but if you follow them rigidly, you’ll end up with wooden, formulaic prose that nobody is going to want to read. – Anne R. Allen Continue reading The “Rules” Good Writers Break