It’s three years since my debut novel, A is for Angelica [http://iainbroome.com/angelica], was published. I’ve talked about it plenty, especially on my podcast for writers [http://iainbroome.com/podcast], but there are still a few things that you may not know. 1. When I started
There are many good reasons to stop reading a book, it's just that we're often a bit too reluctant to actually do it.
I recently read Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon [http://amzn.to/11CBjOe] and found it full of useful, practical ideas on being creative and getting stuff done. So I made this video about it. You should watch it. If you’re reading via RSS or email, you can
I’m vlogging again and this is my first attempt [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22tiOBqWhrI] at using the fancy cut scene style as favoured by half of YouTube. What do we really mean when we say a book or other piece of art is depressing? And when we
Legend Press, the wonderful organisation that saw sense to publish my debut novel, A is for Angelica [http://static.squarespace.com/static/5372a141e4b04835e33e0a56/53f110cee4b03f01c3e8052e/53f11a54e4b03f01c3e9077a/1408309844739/a-is-for-angelica?format=original] , have been running a series throughout February, where they post bookshelves submitted by their authors. Last week it was my turn.
The easy way to enjoy my novel is to buy a copy [http://static.squarespace.com/static/5372a141e4b04835e33e0a56/53f110cee4b03f01c3e8052e/53f11a54e4b03f01c3e9077a/1408309844739/a-is-for-angelica?format=original] , sit down with a good cup of tea and, you know, read the thing. The next best way is to subscribe to my YouTube channel [http:
Guest post by George Angus [http://tumblemoose.com] Imagine a book store that always has whatever book you are looking for in stock. Imagine that the title you are seeking could be in your hands at a traditional book cost in about 5 minutes. No ordering over the internet and