Your Review Is Welcome In a Writer’s Neighbourhood.

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‘. 19 gave joyous reviews. 14 said ‘love to’ and are pending. I am fortunate to have had such good responses. Bloggers warn they get many requests and may not reply. … Continue reading Your Review Is Welcome In a Writer’s Neighbourhood.

Mark’s Shadow Line: a confession

(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