Indiot by Ana Spoke My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’m so happy to see Isa continue her crazy adventures! Of course she’s matured in the few weeks since her last adventure. She’s worldly-wise now, and can see through liars in a flash… which makes it all the funnier when she falls for the oldest… Continue reading Review: Indiot
I went to the Australian Society of Authors ‘Literary Speed Dating’ day last week. I know it sounds like something I found on Tinder, but really it’s where you line up at the publisher you think would be most likely to be interested in your much-slaved-over-masterpiece and spend 90 seconds telling them about it, and… Continue reading I pitched my novel!
Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King My rating: 4 of 5 stars There are some absolute gems in this book (p376/770 where Eddie compares Tian’s hopefulness at cropping a worthless field to his brother about to score the best heroin ever before he gives up for good; p404 where Mia eats a roast pig;… Continue reading Review: Wolves of the Calla
You saw the mistake I made there, right? But you still knew what I meant. In fact, without even opening the blog, you knew I’d made A Mistake. Which brings me to my point. Which is not so much ‘do they matter’ — that was just to get your attention — but ‘are they wrong’?… Continue reading Do apostrophe’s really matter?