How to Write a Book in Three Days: Lessons from Michael Moorcock. Submitted by Eric Rosenfield on Thu, 2009-07-02 19:14. in. Michael Moorcock; writing. This article is the first part of a series about...
Finally, I think, nobody is able to control (beside of people like me, who use everywhere their real name, because it is needed for business proposes), whether a name given in a profile is real or phantasy. What google awaits and facebook as well is a(ny) name and surname.
"ask COCA which past-tense verbs show up more frequently in fiction compared with, say, academic prose, and things start to get interesting: the top five are “grimaced,” “scowled,” “grunted,” “wiggled” and “gritted.”
My short story The Tree of Knowledge was shortlisted for the Asham Award. I'm currently working on my first novel, a psychological thriller - working title The Mermaid's Shroud. I've also made a start on a second and very different crime novel. I'm an enthusiastic amateur textile artist and the director of a software company.
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