An In-Depth Look into the Fall of the Australian Magazine Industry Welcome to 2023! I hope you, dear readers, had a great holiday season and start to your 2023. As for my first post of the year, I thought I’d start it off with the last book I started reading last year, and the first... Continue Reading →
It’s that magical time for writers and book lovers in Adelaide again; Adelaide Writer’s Week. To get excited for this time, I have included some authors who are going to be at this year’s event. These authors come from a variety of genres and backgrounds with many great stories to tell.
Matt Glasby's 2021 Analysis into fear in film is a wonderfully crafted book with beautiful illustrations and great films discussed. Read more to find out why this is my first recommended read for 2022.
There's a reason why you've seen little appear on this blog as of late. Here are some reasons as to why this blog has been a little quiet.
A book on writing and creativity from one of my favourite authors is something I can’t say no to. It’s a book that is not only inspiring itself, but also one that came at the right time for me.
My Lifelong Love of the Book Cover There’s something so magical about walking through a bookstore. I know for myself, entering one is like stepping into a whole different universe, full of many different galaxies with star systems and planets teeming with life. Millions of different worlds sit inside a bookstore, each as thrilling as... Continue Reading →
An Insight into a Certain Form of Writing In an interview with ABC Radio Adelaide in November 2013, American author George R.R. Martin declared that he was a gardener writer. The author, known best for his A Song of Ice and Fire series, spoke of being a gardener writer. He describes a gardener writer as... Continue Reading →