Releasing my book was just the tip of the iceberg By Joshua Shea There it was, late January of this year and aside from family and friends, I really hadn’t sold many books, maybe 30 or 40. Perhaps that’s all that would happen.
Having touched on the subject of writing, as in getting down to the job of actually doing it, in my previous article, I thought it was worth opening the door, ever so slightly, on the subject of characters, fictional that is, and the creating… Continue Reading “A RIGHT CHARACTER – Daniel Abrahams”
Why We Write by Toby Weston Sharing somebody else’s mind space, or allowing visitors into your own, is an intimate act. It requires a good chunk of audacity to reveal your thoughts and share them with complete strangers; this is certainly how I felt… Continue Reading “Why We Write by Toby Weston”
“What?! No Chicken Tikka Masala?? But we’re in India, man!” by Samuel G. Sterling There has never been so much controversy about a culinary dish, crowned Britain’s National Dish! Its history: ambiguous; its heritage: equivocally more so. It doesn’t date back to the days… Continue Reading ““What?! No Chicken Tikka Masala?? But we’re in India, man!” by Samuel G. Sterling”
The Senior Sleuths: Dead In Bed By M. Glenda Rosen Genre: Mystery Like Nick and Nora Charles from “The Thin Man” series, Dick and Dora Zimmerman solve crimes, especially murders.” Along with Zero the Bookie (fashioned after the authors father) and… Continue Reading “The Senior Sleuths: Dead In Bed By M. Glenda Rosen”
Boringbug is a blogger, a sketch artist by hobby and a lawyer. He writes to pen his vague ideas and experiences in different forms. His blog Boringbug is a part reflection of his ideas, experiences, dialogues, thoughts, and opinions. It can be reached here.… Continue Reading “The States and Their Gun Obsession- Written by Boringbug”