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July 11th: Of The Forest- Chapter 0

The moment I created this blog for. The first complete chapter of Of The Forest is on its way and will be here July 11th. 81 more words

Science Fiction

If an Octopus Could Type is live and looking for reviews!

Hey all!

My first short story anthology If an Octopus Could Type is live!  Check it out and let me know what you think.

Writing

i'am a captive of feminist

The Ugandan writer Doreen Baingana won the 2006 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for her book Tropical Fish.

In this article she talks about the influence of writers like Tony Morrison and Nadine Gordimer on her own writing. 14 more words

Africa

Bibliophile's Dream: A Book Review of 'Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore' by Robin Sloan

Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan is a literary gem that sagely articulates the still-shifting relationship between books and technology while paying homage to both. 580 more words

Book Review

Why Bother with Craft?

Why Bother with Craft?
“Craft” was a dirty word at art school, a subtle derogative. The college dropped “and Craft” from their name so recently that the signs on the highway still held those words. 106 more words

Writing

Quote Challenge: Day 1

I was nominated for the quote challenge by Sarah @ Sarah’s Bookshelf. Thanks! :D

This challenge requires the nominees to follow three steps:

  • Post your 3 favourite quotes, one each for three consecutive days.
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Quotes

Pop Bottle

The waves lapped against the autumn shore, just as they have always done and just as they always will. And like clockwork, Charlie Foster walked his Golden Retriever, Bessie, who loved to chase after the waves. 7,257 more words

Literature