It’s Easier to Give than to Receive – John Steinbeck QUOTES FOR WRITERS
“…Receiving if it be well done, requires a fine balance of self-knowledge and kindness…”
The Fate of Brighton’s Regency Housekeeper is Announced TODAY
I have momentous announcements to make but first I MUST answer a BEVY of letters that have arrived over the last few weeks all of them seeking wisdom and solace, … Continue reading
A Character Trait All Writers Need – Irwin Shaw QUOTES FOR WRITERS
An absolutely necessary part of a writer’s equipment, almost as necessary as talent, is the ability to stand up under punishment, both the punishment the world hands out and the … Continue reading
Surprise Revelation! Brighton’s Regency Housekeeper has words with the Mistress
From Mrs Finnega, The Mistress has a new staff to go with her new home: a butler, a cook, two upstairs maids etc etc But there is SOMEONE missing.
A new housekeeper!
My position is Unfilled
Am I a Good Enough Reader to Comment on Someone Else’s Story? George Saunders answers QUOTES FOR WRITERS
Ever wondered if you’re qualified to give an opinion on a story or novel?
George Saunders explains why you can.
Truth and Lies – Stephen King QUOTES FOR WRITERS
The primary duty of literature is to tell us the truth about ourselves by telling lies about people who never existed. Stephen King Photo credit: Niklas Ohlrogge on Unsplash