Herding cats

By Tanya Vessey Blog Writing chapter six first draft feels like baby steps as I inch through the storyline toward the chapter completion. Each baby step is monumental though, each step is a new action, another happening, a story point that pushes the action forward. I have written parts for this chapter in the past,… Leer más Herding cats

Reviews: Craig Russell, Scottish Historical Gothic mystery, and a twist on Stevenson’s Hyde (without Jekyll)

By Olga Nuñez Hi all: I bring you a book that will be published in a couple of days by a writer whose previous book I enjoyed. Recommended to readers of historical fiction who love a touch of the Gothic/horror. Hyde: A thrilling Gothic masterpiece from the internationally bestselling author by Craig Russell When it comes… Leer más Reviews: Craig Russell, Scottish Historical Gothic mystery, and a twist on Stevenson’s Hyde (without Jekyll)

Pest Control

by Mathew Robinson link blog I work nights. So when the doorbell rang around noon, I was still on the couch in my underwear having my morning coffee. Thankfully, I don’t get many visitors, especially unannounced visitors. So I went to the window to look outside to see what was up. All I could see… Leer más Pest Control

The Monochrome Experience: Entropy by Lluís Bussé

Gobblers & Masticadores They incorporate the visit of this excellent colleague every 15 days. We invite you to follow him on his blog / Lluis observa, visiona y comunica el alma de nuestras vidas. j re crivello (Editor) Definition of entropy: A) Thermodynamics: a measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that… Leer más The Monochrome Experience: Entropy by Lluís Bussé

Opposing Shoepoints or Two Points of Shoe (you choose) by Michele Lee Sefton

Blog Stilettos You’re oh so enticing lined in a row. A multitude of styles, patterns, shapes, and colors. Where you’ll take me, my mind explores – to the boardroom to the dance floor to a night of amour Wanting so much to scoop you up, slip you on and slip away – to another location… Leer más Opposing Shoepoints or Two Points of Shoe (you choose) by Michele Lee Sefton

Tea please!

By SedenB Watanabe Over again, I find myself caught in the rat race. Every so often, all weary and exhausted, and at times, a little off track, hobbling around trying to pull myself back up and get moving. Whilst, I am a kind of person who loves living a slow paced life, there are times… Leer más Tea please!

The big to-do

Writing is a complex process and you need a check list. Tania talks to us about this topic today… j re crivello -Editor by Tanya Vessey A checklist has helped me to keep on track so far and I’ve written another 500 words for chapter four. When I got going it flowed but the going’s… Leer más The big to-do

Sisters

By Tamara Yancosky Link Blog And there they were; the two sisters; Evil and Innocence. One sister sported black, from top to bottom, and like a stray cat, preferred the closeness of the ground, which is why she crawled, crouching about. Her black hair hung around her neck in hideous knots. Her raspy voice mumbled under her musty… Leer más Sisters

18th Century Venice by Robin Saikia

Introducing a new Gobblers contributor: Robin Saikia, who invites us to visit the Venice of the century. Welcome to Gobblers Robin! Link blog -j re crivello Editor This collection of offbeat articles is inspired by the engravings of Gaetano Gherardo Zompini (1700-1778). an Italian printmaker and engraver. The engravings are taken from his best known… Leer más 18th Century Venice by Robin Saikia

Autumn Raspberries by Sun Hesper Jansen

Link to Sun’s blog When did this become your calling card?Your beacon, your in-joke, your perfumewhose notes of decay were so much strongerwhen we were seventeen, or younger,so young to be so willing, sugar in our handsfor the horses of the Underworld. When did you become this other fruit?Red and ripe amidst the leaves still falling,against the soft grass still… Leer más Autumn Raspberries by Sun Hesper Jansen