Fantasy and Foreignness

As a reader, if you crave a comfortable read, then you'll be disappointed by books that don't explain anything, placing you in the role of stranger. And if you like to think on your feet, learning as you go, you won't enjoy a book which carefully explains a culture's entire backstory before you've even stepped off the boat.

PaperRules for creativity! What I learned from PaperWeek

Firstly, sorry if you saw a bizarre empty blog post email earlier. I pressed a key by mistake... doh! The Poem a Day blog post is coming soon. Meanwhile, onto today's post: I spent a week focusing on paper for my creative activities: reading, writing, drawing, learning. Here's what I found - the good, the... Continue Reading →

Books to read in 2017 – and a reading challenge

I'm doing the 50-Book Challenge again this year. For the challenge, you pledge to read 50 books between January and December - and the website has virtual shelves where you can view the books you've read, write a review, and assign star scores. ┬áIt's visual and easy to use, and you can create extra shelves... Continue Reading →

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