Each review is wanted, Each review is good, Your review is welcome In a writer’s neighbourhood. Over the past year I’ve asked book bloggers to consider reviewing ‘It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In‘. 18 gave joyous reviews. 15 said love to and are pending. I am fortunate to have had such good responses. 100 or so, no reply yet. Mind you, bloggers warn … Continue reading Your Review Is Welcome In a Writer’s Neighbourhood.
(As perhaps another indication of an Elder mind, this post somehow wandered into references to Melissa Etheridge and Australian Rules football. Just saying.) The theme of Josef Conrad’s The Shadow Line: A Confession is the shift, as he saw it, from ‘youth’ to ‘manhood’, a change scarcely to be discerned while it happens, but which is later so definite that there is no return. Lacking … Continue reading Mark’s Shadow Line: a confession