What is Sera Reading? The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

 The book is part 1 of The King Killer Chronicle. The two parts have been hailed as one of the best high fantasy stories in print this decade. It has great ratings on amazon and Goodreads. So, is it worth the fuss Sera? This is a story that is exciting and engaging. Despite the factContinue reading “What is Sera Reading? The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss”

What’s Sera Reading? The Phone Box at the Edge of the World

Moving and heart-breaking, Yui’s story, and that of the Wind Phone, is equally uplifting and heart-warming. click to read more.

What’s Sera Reading? The Wind Singer

If you want a truly mind boggling adventure with loads of fun here is a book for you. click to know more.

Writing advice for the short fiction competitions.

A little writing guide here. It’s not a definitive guide on- How To Write A Short Story. Although, it will give you a few pointers as to what our judges look for when they’re reading entries. The beginning. Make sure you grab the reader’s attention immediately. You don’t have many words, so use them wisely. MakeContinue reading “Writing advice for the short fiction competitions.”

Romancing the Gibbet (4) The Morrismen Murder

‘Romancing the Gibbet’ is a collaboration between poet, Ralph Hoyte and historian, Steve Poole, exploring ‘dark tourism’ at sites of extraordinary public execution in Georgian Britain. Poole explains the historical background of a single public hanging. A case from 1772, when William Keeley was found guilty of murdering Joseph Dyer after spotting him flashing hisContinue reading “Romancing the Gibbet (4) The Morrismen Murder”