Literature

Posted On December 24, 20100 Comments

Terry brooks, voyage of the Jerle shannara

Terry Brooks, voyage of the Jerle shannara. . This is a book i remember reading years ago. It’s a fascinating story, classified as fantasy. It’s a story about family reunited through great adversity and the betrayal uncovered of the evil that destroyed the family in the first place. I could talk about this book all... Read More

Posted On December 22, 20100 Comments

Animated poetry

Animated poetry . Animated poetry is a very interesting thing. The results of animated poetry can be fascinating. To read a poem is cool, to view it being performed is better in my view, but an animated poem can actually put the story in front of you. In this post i am going to present... Read More

Posted On December 14, 20100 Comments

Harper Lee, to kill a mockingbird.

Harper Lee, to kill a mockingbird. . At school as a kid we read quite a few books but one that stood out for me personally was Harper Lee‘s novel, To kill a mockingbird. A very interesting story about two children growing up in the american deep south during the 1930′s when segregation and racism... Read More

Posted On December 12, 20100 Comments

The art of performance poetry

The art of performance poetry. . Performance poetry is a very diverse art form indeed. It has been around for centuries in both spoken word and song. The emergence of hip hop and rap has pushed performance poetry over the last twenty years. I am pleased to say i have been able to find some... Read More

Posted On December 6, 20102 Comments

Bernard Cornwell, writer of the sharpe series.

Bernard Cornwell, writer of the sharpe series . Bernard Cornwell is a writer, mostly of historical novels and is most famed for his Richard Sharpe stories. He has also written some fantastic thrillers based on yachts. While i was growing up he was was without question my favourite novelist. I have read almost every book... Read More

Posted On November 23, 20102 Comments

Bookstains poetry challenge ‘what the Dickens’

Bookstains poetry challenge ‘what the Dickens’ . This update is about bookstains poetry challenge The challenge is called What the Dickens. Lynda has done a few of these challenges, one of them which i referred to in this post. Picasso poetry challenge . I tend to get involved in those challenges I have written my... Read More

Posted On November 13, 20100 Comments

Adam Dustus, a very interesting writer/poet.

Adam Dustus, a very interesting writer/poet. . This is truly a guy with a lot of literary talent. A blogger, writer, poet and graphic designer who i’ve known in blogging for a while now. You should check out his blog. He has this very interesting idea where every poem he posts is accompanied by an audio... Read More

Posted On November 12, 20100 Comments

Nanowrimo, feel like taking part?

Nanowrimo, feel like taking part? . . This is worth a try for any aspiring writers out there. Not a challenge i’ll be taking on this year but certainly an idea for the future. Nanowrimo stands for National novel writing month The idea is to write a fifty thousand word novel in november. So if you didn’t... Read More