- So many writers come to class with one question dominant in their mind, 'How do I make a living from this?' It's a fair enough question and one I always try to answer well - but it saddens me that it so often overshadows the more relevant questions of 'why am I writing' and 'what am I saying' and 'how do I keep it honest.'
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- OK. Thanks for the #book recs, Tweeps. Have settled on Smile as They Bow (rec @JMMcDermott )& Metropole (rec Ryan Hoban) 22 minutes ago
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- @Nigellicus yes. Bris was one of my favorite books as child. Reread til it fell apart (literally) Revisiting was not a good idea. 48 minutes ago
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Daily Archives: December 16, 2010
The magnificent BookSmugglers are hosting their annual Smugglivus, which means a riotous feast of all things book oriented – including reviews off all their favourite reads of 2010 ( The entire Moorehawke Trilogy was lucky enough to be included! Along with a draw to win all … Continue reading