What can we, as writers, glean from Greer’s masterful use of descriptive language? The answer lies in specificity.
If you were to take down all of my books and make a pile of read and unread, they would be about even. That’s intentional.
When we travel, fiction allows us to immerse ourselves in the local culture, landscapes, and historical context.
How often do you step into the roll of “good sport” when you’d rather be working on your own creative projects?
Last night, as I was tucking the boy in, he asked me, “what book you would live in, if you could?” (I love this kid). My first instinct was Lonesome […]
There is no purity in art. Use it as an excuse to read a novel in the middle of the day or go to the movies.
It’s some combination of great characters, life-and-death stakes, and just enough magic to make the world interesting.