Monthly Archives: January 2013

Can song lyrics inspire fiction writers?

Only a few days ago I was listening to Morrissey. I was at work and used music to block out surrounding noise and concentrate. As I reflected on the use of music to ‘block’ noise, I suddenly captured Morrissey singing … Continue reading

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Blogging and writing a book – a match made in Heaven or Purgatory?

A Very Happy New Year to you all! May (the verb…not the month) 2013 bring you lots of new good reading ideas and glass jar experiences. January: the perfect month for resolutions. Mine? To finish off my tween years fiction book, … Continue reading

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Can a fiction book make you dress up? Instalment 3 of the “Can a fiction book make you…” mini series

Can a fiction book make you want to dress up? Reading doesn’t require any self polishing and scrubbing up. In fact, the experience of reading can even be improved by slouching on your sofa in your cosiest and scruffiest clothes, ancient items which your … Continue reading

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