Words are the magical spells of reality, they can hurt, they can heal, they can express and the most certainly can feel. they can rhyme, sing, jump and dance, they can create characters good and evil, whole new worlds, even galaxies. Words have a voice, and if you listen closely you can hear them. But … More Word Of The Week #7 – Agathodaimon
Hello my fellow bookworms and page turners, in today’s post I will be talking about last night’s Head in a Book event, which was an evening with Brian case, the event as usual was held within Hull Central library. Brian Case, writer, journalist, interviewer and Jazz lover. Is also the Anglo-Irish son of a Deptford … More B|t|B : Literary & Culture Events – Head in a Book – Brian Case
Hello my fellow bookworms and page turners, here we are again and this time at the second major hurdle of my current project.. it is of course my characters traits and skills. Once I wrote out the plot and began writing hacking away at the keyboard. My main characters quickly became ridiculously over talented so … More B|t|B – My Writing Hurdles #2 – Multi-Class
Skull Duggery Pleasant by Derek Landry The Story Skulduggery Pleasant is Derek Landy’s phenomenal 8 book YA series (10 if you include 6.5 & 7.5), the series follows the antics of the two main characters, Stephanie Edgley, a very unusual and darkly talented teen, who just so happens to be one of the only surviving descendants of … More B|t|B: Books that should be made into a Film or TV Series #2
Hello fellow Book worms and Page turners, Today post is a compelling interview with the lovely and endearing author of crime, Amanda Jennings. I first came across Amanda’s work earlier this year when it was suggested to me by a family member, and then again at the Brit-Crime festival earlier this month, and despite it … More B|t|B: Crime Week Extra :Interview with Amanda Jennings, Author of The Judas Scar
Title: Gargoyle Knight Author: William Massa Number of Pages: 220 Published: 23rd January 2014 by Createspace I have to admit, I did like this book I really did, but I am not sure I liked it for all of the right reasons. The introduction to this story was amazing, it set up a great background and … More B|t|B :Book Review – Gargoyle Knight by William Massa
Who is your favourite Writer / Storyteller & Who inspires you? I was asked this question, on the weekend. At first I thought it an easy question and just blurted out Patrick Rothfuss, who without doubt is a true storyteller. However the more I thought on it after my sudden outburst, I realised its an incredibly … More B|t|B: Who is your Favourite Writer / Storyteller & Who inspires you?
Words are the magical spells of reality, they can hurt, they can heal, they can express and the most certainly can feel. they can rhyme, sing, jump and dance, they can create characters good and evil, whole new worlds, even galaxies. Words have a voice, and if you listen closely you can hear them. But … More Word Of The Week #6 – Aesthesiogenic
So over the last few nights, ive been having this very vivid and pretty scary repetitive dream. But on the flip side it would make a pretty intense very short story. So.. let’s give this a shot! The dream always starts the same, I am sat in my room, on the computer, and I can … More B|t|B : Scary Vivid Dreams Make Pretty Good Short Fiction
Hello my fellow Bookworms and Page turners! Way back in around April 2014, I came across a Kickstarter that made my eyes go wide in surprise and amazement! Something like this.. What brought on such a reaction?.. well hold onto your butts! because im going to tell you BOOKniture! that’s what! The Story of Bookniture … More B|t|B :It’s Finally Here!: BOOKniture – Furniture Hidden in Books!