Katie tells her the story of this place: of a massacre in the name of religion, of imprisonment, rape, torture and murder. It is a story that comes alive in the telling, as its victims rise up in vengeance to engulf Kate and all around her...
Sadly announcing today I am selling my 1973 Holdsworth Equipe, owned from new and bought from their Putney shop.My bike had a recent full service at J. E. James Cycles, Chesterfield, with parts replaced as listed below at a cost of over £200. It is now fully operational, but unfortunately I have discovered I can […]
Yesterday TeleRead published that response querying some aspects of Kelly Gallagher’s Index of Efficiency, a tool for assessing an author’s future viability (Ie. Whether to ‘keep’ or ‘throw’) that he outlined in a speech at the Digital Book World Conference recently.You can read that response here.I did not attend that conference but read about it […]
Reading of the death of Umberto Eco, I came across this quote that resonates with me: “It’s only publishers and some journalists who believe that people want simple things. People are tired of simple things. They want to be challenged.” (To the former group I might add ‘some agents’?) I find it strange that an […]