Plotting with Cutlery

At a recent lunch with some very lovely writers and between courses of salad and soft drinks (because writers don’t drink or eat pudding!), we were brainstorming the plot of one of our novels. The author whose novel it was had a pretty good idea of her main characters, the setting for her novel, its […]

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So they’ve made a film of your book …

(Warning! This blog contains plot spoilers)   I have just read ‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’ by Richard C. Morais and a very pleasant experience it was too. The book was nice to hold, the font was pleasing, the writing was smooth and assured, the story had a flavour of realism to it which was satisfying, the […]

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