There are so many great quotes from across the whole spectrum of literature, from both past masters and modern day authors. So I have introduced the ‘Random Quotes’ section, to reflect on this amazing pool of knowledge and wit.
They say that the first line of a piece of writing, is always the most difficult to set down on paper. It seems to me, that it may also be the most definitive, as I find it often sets the scene in my mind, even before I have turned the first page. I have started a catalogue of ‘first lines’, which have done just that for me …
Prologue The eyes look at her and Demi laughs. She turns to the child next to her, the one she has played with all week, but the boy is not there. Nor is the girl who is looking after them, nor are the other children. She is alone with the butterfly and the sunshine. Chapter […]
Popular novelists and their mass readership remain a despised lumpen minority