Since practically the dawn of time, people have debated the best ways to write, and best environmental factors to include or exclude. Many people write with music, many people write without, some even write with just classical music without any vocals. Is there actually an answer to which is better?
As of 6pm today, I put up a photo on my Instagram (@liamxavier95) that I would be self-publishing a book late this year. Truth is I have been planning this for a long time now, working out the logistics of this, chasing down research over whether I wanted it to be traditionally published or self published, and after much deliberation and trepidation, I have set my self organised deadlines and dates, and now we are starting!
This will be the third book of Carrie Hope Fletchers that I am reviewing and while I'm a little late to the party on this one, I am beginning to adore her defined style of writing. Carrie seems to lead her novels with an interpretation of Magic Realism, which is a style we unfortunately rarely … Continue reading All That She Can See (Carrie Hope Fletcher) | Book Review
Perhaps is a defining word, it is an all-encompassing, sinful, innocent word. Perhaps is, for me, at the heart of every good book, and at the heart of why my head has been, in one way or another, buried inside the pages of a book for the last 22 years or so. "Perhaps, when I grow older, … Continue reading Head Stuck In A Book; A Timeline, A Lifeline.
It is very rare that I ever read a book, then watch its film adaptation and end up preferring the movie version. In the case of Me and Earl and The Dying Girl that is exactly what happened. Now if you look back on this blog back 5 months ago, you'll see I wrote a … Continue reading Me and Earl and The Dying Girl – A Film Review
Once again, there's a lot going on and while I create a little schedule for myself that will include when to do dissertation work, novel work, blog work, magazine work, gyming and chilling etc I'm going to post a little book tag for you all! I enjoyed the last one, so I dug around the internet a … Continue reading The Ultimate Book Tag