I am so pleased to share that my post “Submission Amnesia” went up on the Brevity Blog a few days ago. It is an honour for me to be published here, as both Brevity Mag as well as its blog is one of my favourite go-to resources for great writing. Do take a look and … More My Post on the Brevity Blog!
As I mentioned earlier, an essay of mine will feature in an anthology about Jane Austen by Ben Bulben Books, which is schedule for release in November this year. The book will be titled Cocktails with Miss Austen, and includes essays by several authors. Take a sneak peek at the book below!
Before I plunge into the list of apps I use for reading, I’d like to share some happy news first: my story Pearls Mean Tears is published in Penny Shorts! It is one of the few stories I’ve managed to get reprinted. Do pop over and take a look! The other day, while I was … More 5 Fantastic Apps for Reading
Not mine, but Harry Potter and JK Rowling. Twenty years ago, the story of a boy wizard and his adventures lit up our lives. Seven books totaling around four thousand pages gave us more than we needed for the rest of our lives to obsess over. Only, I didn’t buy into this particular bestselling phenomena … More The Big Birthday
I’m happy to post that my story Perils in the Post has found a wonderful home in The Ilanot Review in their Letters-themed issue. The Ilanot Review is an excellent literary journal from Israel! Do hop over and take a look. In other exciting news, 18th July this year marked the 200th anniversary of Jane … More The Legacy of Jane Austen, and a New Story Publication!
I have been a fan of Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, individually, for years before I ever set eyes on House of Cards. Robin Wright had become famous on a daytime soap called Santa Barbara, and followed it up with commendable performances in movies like Forrest Gump. Kevin Spacey, of course, is everyone’s favourite bad … More House of Cards Season 5 Episode 1 Review #HOConZCafe
Life is busy in the household these days, with a little one to run around after and a day job to keep up with. The writing is slow but steady. I’ve worked on a few new pieces, but mostly I’ve been revising old ones or giving finishing touches to them. I have added a page … More Resources for Writers