A Story About a Story: How a Writer Found Inspiration

For the past week, I’ve woken up every night in a cold sweat. It’s not the thought of bills, chores or work that wakes me – it’s my novel.

That’s right – my novel. Continue reading “A Story About a Story: How a Writer Found Inspiration”

Where the Bookish Bed Down: Accommodation for Bibliophiles

When booking a hotel, everyone has a wish list.

Is there room service? Twenty-four-hour reception? A spa? All valid questions and indeed necessary to know.

However, no matter how fluffy the bathrobe or late the check-out, the one drawcard that never fails to entice the final digit of my CVC is a hotel with books.

Continue reading “Where the Bookish Bed Down: Accommodation for Bibliophiles”

What Are You Looking at? The Voyeur Inside Every Writer

I have a friend who is a psychologist. I have yet to see a person meet her and not worriedly suggest that she has been analysing them.

Little do they know that this couldn’t be further from the truth. It’s not my friend who’s watching them.

It’s me. Continue reading “What Are You Looking at? The Voyeur Inside Every Writer”