Notes on writing related things like genre and not doing research but something else.
Historically speaking If you leave aside plots, the need to pack events into neatly paced blocks of action, continuity issues, language and location, most of the difficulties to do with depictions of historical events are related to how actors do not generally look like their characters. Take for example The Man Who Would Be Bond … Continue reading Shock of the real
I'm knee-deep in thesis-land at the moment, which explains fewer posts of late. However I had some time for this. The other day I was inspired by Anna Spargo-Ryan’s blog and her Q and A about writing. She has a way with words. But the questions she answered got me thinking. So it meant I … Continue reading Answering borrowed questions (about writing)