Posts Tagged ‘The London Book Festival 2007’

THE WRITER’S VOICE

Friday, December 26th, 2008

As I said the other day, I thought I’d post a few articles about my musings about writing. I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Sometimes critics speak of a writer’s voice. But what do yousuppose they mean?¬† I think of it as a goal to be achieved on a very long road. It’s that uniquely personal “way” you have of expressing yourself to the world in word and thought-the sum total of yourself as a human being. You might say it’s the Holy Grail of writing. (more…)

Wishing every one a very Merry Christmas and a great holiday

Wednesday, December 24th, 2008

Right now, where I am, it’s about 2:30 in the afternoon on Christmas eve day. What I really like is the quiet which sometimes descends at this time after all the running around for food and gifts. Just a moment for quiet reflection before celebrations get going.

I’m going to start posting [today]some articles on writing and assorted topics and so, I hope you drop back in soon.

Press Release: The Osgoode Trilogy, A Trial of One and Final Paradox win honorable mentions

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008

 PRESS RELEASE: THE OSGOODE TRILOGY

The Osgoode Trilogy, WINNER OF THREE HONORABLE MENTIONS-THE LONDON BOOK FESTIVAL, THE DIY CONVENTION AND THE HOLLYWOOD BOOK FESTIVAL.

We are pleased to announce that A Trial of One, the third in The Osgoode Trilogy, by Mary E. Martin, has received honorable mention at two major book festivals (more…)