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Am now re-reading Wolf Border and Snow Drop - this time to look into detailed descriptions that the authors use to bring alive their stories. Sarah Hall seems brilliant at this but nothing, no amount of description, active verbs, proper punctuation, brilliant prose and so on accounts for how she manages to imbue that female … Continue reading Into second session and am surviving
Here's what I've read: Wolf Hall Snowdrops The Light of Day Everything I Never Told You I suggest you read each one. Wolf Hall to decide if the protagonist really is a she wolf; Snowdrops for its setting (I could feel the Russian winter snow); The Light of day because it is a cracking good … Continue reading Books to be read for the Faber Courses
Currently reading Snow Drops by A.D.Miller. Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 2011. Why am I reading this now? Why? Because it is on the reading list for the WIP Faber and Faber Course I am due to start in January 2018 and if the course is anything like their other courses it will … Continue reading Just the beginning
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