No Novels were Harmed by Spoilers in these Book Reviews
REVIEWS OF THE TRILOGY OF REMEMBRANCE BY THE BOOK BAG. #fiction, #mswl, #novels, #Kindle, #interestingLit #Wattpad, #suspense The Muse of the Written Word. For a book reviewer to review all three novels in a trilogy is a big job. Lucky for me, Sue Magee of the […]
Talking About the Novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance
#kindle, @interestingLit, #novels, #artists #e-book, The other day, I had the great pleasure of speaking with Simon Barrett of Blogger News Network on Blog Talk Radio. The topic? The completion of the novels in the Trilogy of Remembrance with the upcoming publication of Night Crossing, the third in the trilogy. This novel comes after The Drawing […]
Yesterday I published one of Alexander Wainwright’s stories about visiting his favourite painter, Edward Hopper. under the title “Back in Time: Alexander Visits a Famous Artist. However, due to technical difficulties, I am re-publishing his story again under the title “Is Cyberspace a Real Place?” which brings up the question of time travel. Please let […]
The Toronto International Film Festival From an Indie Perspective
I’m an indie novelist used to looking at the traditional film and publishing world from the outside in. Some love the allure of Hollywood. Some of these same people follow their favorite movies from theatres to DVD and streaming video. Others want to see films that make viewers see, feel and think about a slice […]
What Inspires a Writer?
People often ask me what inspires me to write. In this video, I talk about where the idea for The Drawing Lesson sprung from. I’d love to hear your reaction. If you’re a writer, what inspires you to write? If you’re a reader, what do you look for in a novel?