I’ve been perusing my bookcases this past week, specifically the shelf with the “writing” books. I come back to them time and time again, for reference, for exercises, for inspiration. Two came off the shelf for closer inspection: The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron, and Writing the Wave, Inspired Rides for Aspiring Writers by Elizabeth […]
My fingers have been itching a lot lately. Not due to a rash, nor to knit even more than I already do. No, they have been itching to write, hanging poised over the keys of my laptop. It’s true that I still have a screenplay to finish, and yes, I am working on it somewhat. […]
Originally posted on Jane Austen's World:
Inquiring readers: Not often does news of great import come our way, such as this item unearthed from the depths of Andrew Capes’s crashed computer. His having retrieved it is nothing short of miraculous, for now he can share the rest of Charlotte Collins’ story with the world.…
To follow up a post from October 11th, I wanted to share the new collection of patterns published recently by local Victoria designer, Jane Richmond. Island is a book with five patterns – a hat, a pair of mitts, a lace scarf, a cowl and a cardigan. This is my copy, bought from and personally […]
I follow the actor Hugh Jackman on Twitter, so I was aware that a new version of Les Miserables was being made. Today I saw the official trailer for the film (being released December 25th, 2012). Chills. That is all.
Some of you may recall an interview that I did with local Victoria designer Jane Richmond in episode six. I am happy to share this video promoting a new collection of designs that Jane is about to release.
Originally posted on Druid Life:
I heard a story yesterday about a girl collapsing in school, because it had been so long since she’d last eaten. In some parts of the world, the curious bits would be that a poor child was in school in the first place, and a girl-child at that. Hunger and…
…from Blogger, that is. I have decided to give WordPress another try. I started this blog years ago, before my DyerInTheRough one, but now I’ve brought over the entire contents from there to here. Stay tuned!
“Around the next turn they came in sight, not indeed of a palace, but of a little house almost as surprising as a palace would have been in this province of conventional wooden farmhouses, all as much alike in general characteristics as if they had grown from the same seed. The house was a low-eaved […]
A post from one of my favourite blogs/podcasts (iMake from Guernsey)