I must start with a simple question when holding this collection of materials, the bound paper, ink, cover, spine, and ideas
Sir Edmund Orme, a breakdown and analysis of the short story by Henry James. Written by Magpie Stories
A dive into why we want to leave a legacy.
This is a (slightly tidied) transcript from a video about Jekyll and Hyde, essentially a five-minute off-the-cuff breakdown of some context and chapters 1 and 2.
Easter is a serious time of the year, a time for reflection and new life a chance to bury some of our demons.
Want to write something and not just think about writing something? Then this might just well be what you need. Some tips on getting down to writing from Magpie Stories.
I rediscovered these openings in an old folder. I wrote them nearly a decade ago and forgot about them. They were all pretty much streams of consciousness.
Writing update, this week, not a lot happened wiriting wise. Do you know what? That is okay.
A short post this one, just some information on narrating my work on YouTube. I hope you have a pleasant time listening.
Why show not tell in a story, how to show not tell and an example from 1984.