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Letting go of one of your multiple POVs by Paula Tully
The point of view (POV) cast of Lessons in Falling had already been tentatively formed: one sensible head teacher; one slightly eccentric teacher; one popular male student; one intriguing female ...continue reading
The Northern Ireland Troubles viewed through a unique and compelling lens.
Beltarf, 1976. This is an Ulster where terrorism and sectarian conflict rage throughout its seven counties. Garrick Armstrong wants to take the fight back to the Gaels, but events are ...continue reading
Christmas – Not For The Feint Hearted or The Homeless – by Mary Egan Campbell
When I was growing up, Christmas was a magical time. Of course we were poor as church mice, living hand to mouth so the only thing we had to look ...continue reading
Review of ‘Only in Darkness Can You See the Stars’ by Santosh Bakaya
Only in Darkness Can You See the Stars Author – Santosh Bakaya Publisher – Vitasta, Price Rs 495 2018 link : https://www.vitastapublishing.com/store/non-fiction/biography/only-in-darkness-can-you-see-the-stars-martin-luther-king-jr-detail I would like to begin the review with ...continue reading
To be or not to be… part of a writer’s group – Is there safety...
For many writers it is a lonely road. The very nature of the work is to find a quiet space to let your imagination and literary juices flow. It is ...continue reading
Writer’s Block – Fact or Fiction? by Lissa Oliver
Does Writer’s Block exist? I could begin by stating my own opinion: no, it doesn’t. I could quote from a multitude of successful likeminded authors. But there would be more ...continue reading
Taking Leave of their Senses – Brexit or Bust!
I detest politics and while I try to refrain from making political commentary on a public forum, it seems I must make some allusion to the cloud hanging over us ...continue reading
Poisoned Pen by Mary Campbell
Is it me or are we now becoming a nation of back stabbers? On Twitter every opinion is met with an outpouring of vitriolic attacks on the writer. The latest ...continue reading
Finding Your Voices by Lissa Oliver
Writing a book is much like reading one, I’ve always maintained. I’ve come at a book from both sides of the page, so to speak! When writing, I become intimately ...continue reading