I was skeptical when I purchased the first book in this series. It didn't really sound like something I would enjoy reading, but the cover was inviting and the book was on sale, so I bought it. And I'm so glad I did. I read the first book in four hours - I could not put … Continue reading Review: A Magical Bookshop Mystery Series by Amanda Flower
Purchase from Angus and Robertson Bookworld A beautiful rendition about the women of war. The story follows a select group of women in the small community of Chilbury during the early part of World War II. The women are very different from one another, but have been thrust together by a war that has stolen … Continue reading Review: The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan
Why is it the writers either undervalue female characters or overvalue them? I rarely find a narrative that portrays female characters realistically. I am not a feminist. Please do not start throwing things at me. What I mean is, I am not strictly a feminist in today's use of the word. I don't want equality … Continue reading Female Characters
I've found that I don't have one particular way that I "storyboard" my ideas. I've scrippled notes on scrap pieces of paper, used the Stickies app on my Mac, scrawled on a whiteboard, and written ideas on my phone. Though, the later generally means it's mixed in with the shopping list; bread, coffee, soul-sucking alien who takes over the world, … Continue reading Storyboarding…
Do I prefer the term author or writer? I'd have to say I prefer the term writer. Lets have a look at some definitions from the Oxford Dictionary shall we. Author - A writer of a book, article, or document. Writer - A person who has written something or who writes in a particular way. Well, … Continue reading Author or Writer?