The novel I’m working on is set over 24 hours, from beginning to end, and I’m currently working my way through the second draft. Whilst editing this week (thanks to some annual leave from the day job), I started thinking more deeply about ‘time’ in writing, more specifically how to slow it down and balanceContinue reading “Disconnect to Reconnect”
The above is in no way a reference to anything ‘Fifty Shades-like’, but to one of my most favourite pieces of prose, so dear to me that it hangs on the office wall next to me as I write this entry. It’s taken from Hannah Coulter: a novel by the brilliant Wendell Berry but I stumbled acrossContinue reading “The Room of Love”
Linguistics lessons throwback on this moody Sunday evening… The Architecture of the Sentence: ‘The architect is the master of the represented space of every kind, and that means he is the master of the making mind.’ William H. Gass and Mary Gass.