Posted by Sarada Gray
books, creativity, culture, genre, inspiration, writing process
They say that everyone has a novel in them. I've always found that a slightly odd statement: I mean, why a novel? Why not say that everyone has a painting in them, or an opera, or a sculpture? But I guess what it means is that everyone has a story to tell; and it will come as no surprise to th...
Posted by Rosie Seymour
book industry, books, publishing
So, The Devil’s Detective release day finally came and, I have to admit, it went by in a flash. We arrived in Liverpool in good time (minus one of our children who had decided her time would be better spent in her best friend’s bedroom discussing the things only best friends do) and found Forbid...
Posted by Mslexia Guest Editor
[caption id="attachment_6602" align="alignleft" width="100" class=" "] Mary Hoffman[/caption]
It’s a joy to be guest editing the next Mslexia, to which I have been a subscriber since 2000. I have been a freelance for as long as I can remember. Most of what I do is to write fiction for teen...