Monthly Archives: August 2011
Her first novel, DELIA’S SHADOW, will be published by TOR Books in February 2013. Her novels are represented
As part of my post-PhD break (okay, it’s actually just a break in between one steaming pile of PhD draft and the next, but an essential part of my cognitive dissonance is telling myself it’s a post-PhD break), I’m reading the books
… at Nicole Murphy’s place.
It’s eaten all the cornchips, the chocolate biscuits, the popcorn and it’s about to start on the coffee.
Contains spoilers: avert thine eyes.
And so, up until last week – i.e. up to and including episode five of Torchwood: Miracle Day, I was enjoying the series immensely.
It was tightly written, no screamingly noticeable plot
… t’is Friday and I am not leaving the house, so I shalt wash thee but I’m stuffed if I’m going to brush thee.
And lo, my hair did say unto me: I give thee Farrah Fawcett’s fringe, circa 1978. Don’t mess with me.
SNS Minion – Marc Nocerino: Welcome to She Never Slept, Angela, and thank you for taking some time
It’s so nice when someone listens to me! It happens so rarely! The lovely Sharon M Johnston has blogged about being my mentee – well, I was just going to be her manuscript editor, but as I’m trying to give her as much knowledge as I can it seems to have to turned into mentoring.
She talks about how it all
The very lovely and award-winning REGGIE OLIVER has been a professional playwright, actor, and theatre director since 1975. Besides plays, his publications include the authorised biography of Stella Gibbons, Out of the Woodshed, published by Bloomsbury in 1998, four collections