Sir Christopher Lee has passed into the West and into legend. His long career and abilities are now being examined far and wide by those who worked with him and those who admired, his many, many, films, amidst his other accomplishments. What I've found interesting is the focus on how he spent much of his … Continue reading A Summerisle not forget
I've been writing a while now and studied courses and read a few 'how to' books. They're all helpful in their way. My advice is take advice and don't take advice. Not everything I've been told works for me and I'm ok with that. So if some of this is too obvious you can ignore … Continue reading Lessons from ten-ish years of short story writing
Joey Come Home I was going to write an in-depth review of War Horse. But I can't. All I have are these: it's a glowing ode to that familiar genre the Devon Western, complete with a righteous property owner and endearing accents. It's a heart-warming rural family saga, with gigantic close ups of characters' faces, … Continue reading On not writing (much) about War Horse
I'm insanely excited. I'm soon attending the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular with the MSO. Woo Who indeed. So I thought it was timely to post this. Of a Widow I'm lying. I'm always lying, at least when I state categorically I will not post about the Dr Who Christmas episode. And then do so. I … Continue reading Doctor Who: Widows, Fools n Brides.