5* – a beautiful read. Poetry Paints A Thousand Pictures by Sam Mostyn. “To spell a word is to cast a spell. Imagine the story you wish to tell. Speak the word and watch it swell. This was my introduction to this lovely read. It contains 33 poems which will take you through a myriad […]
Sometimes a road block is a blessing. A new route clears the mind and keeps you moving forward too… Take note and let life lead you in the right direction. Apply to all aspects of your life.
Just a quick update for any authors out there that have been struggling with their writing for a while. There is hope, I havent written much for over 20 months but finally the dry spell seems to have given up and the words are flooding back to me. So I guess all I want to […]
Day five. I have accepted a challenge to post the cover of seven books I have loved.One day, no explanations, no review, just the cover.
The coffee shop was full and bustling, the windows steamed up from the numerous cups of cappuccino that were being handed across the counter creating the humid environment. In a far corner, an elderly gent with a well worn, tanned face, deftly picked at the strings on his guitar that looked well travelled and older […]
The perfect weather for writers has arrived. We no longer need to make excuses to stay indoors with our head over a computer or a notebook. The weather has taken care of things and offered up time for us to snuggle down and be creative, without having to make excuses. No one says come on […]
Winter is slowly creeping our way and now is the time to set some writing goals. There will be more time to sit in front of the page and create a new novel. Time to snuggle down and let our ideas take root. So on with the stew and turn up the heating because new […]
I have recently found myself unable to write, that was okay I had more important things to think about but I did start to get concerned about how or if I would get started again. I thought that maybe my writing career was over. So if you are going through the same kind of thing […]
THE ‘UNREMARKABLE’ MAN Terry Barry’s first book, The ‘Unremarkable’ Man, a book that takes you through the very real stages of being diagnosed with cancer and the personal fight to get through the diagnosis, treatment and come to terms with what it really means. Here is an excerpt, more insights can be found on his […]
Synchronicities are events connected to one another not by strict cause-and-effect, but by what in classical times were known as sympathies, by the belief that an acausal relationship exists between events on the inside and the outside of ourselves, a crosstalk between mind and matter—which is governed by a certain species of attraction. Jung believed that […]