The Book The novel is a modern classic and rightly so. Atwood’s rich prose and complex characterisation lifts off every page, bringing a story to… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: The Handmaid’s Tale, For Better Or Worse?
As inhabitants of a modern world we read hundreds of text messages, emails and trashy articles on our phones every day. We can sit through… Read More »7 Brilliant Benefits Of Being A Voracious Reader
I love this from the unstoppable Hina Malik, who’s providing some great writing insights – not just for authors, but us readers who love dystopian… Read More »Top 5 Quotes For Creating Your Own Dystopian World
My first play, SIREN SONG, was produced at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre in 2013. My second play, the dystopian drama, RAPTURE, was previewed at… Read More »DYSTOPIAN NOVEMBER: Chat with playwright and screenwriter Lisa McMullin
This post originally appeared on Bang2write, my writing tips site and was written by the talented Olivia Brennan. There’s a certain formula that goes into… Read More »DYSTOPIAN NOVEMBER: 6 MUSTS In YA Dystopian Novels
If you are a crime fiction aficionado, then chances are you will have read at least ONE Agatha Christie novel! (In fact, AND THEN THERE… Read More »INFOGRAPHIC: Agatha Christie Novels Decoded
It’s London Book Fair 2016! Since it’s LBF, I thought I’d share something a little different from crime fiction this Writer Wednesday. Here’s a look… Read More »MY BOOKS – All About THE DECISION: LIZZIE’S STORY