Inspiration is the key!
So you’re a writer. And you’re currently writing your novel. Whether it is your first novel or not, you do not want to rush into the decision of picking the … Continue reading
The word “Imperialism” is often (almost always) used in reference to the largest, most known Empire of recent times: the British Empire. It’s equally easy to connect the terms “British … Continue reading
A long-standing tradition lasting more than 8 centuries, Catalan literature mirrors the political status of Catalonia and its relationship with Spain: according to how history treated this land, Catalan literature … Continue reading
Delarivier Manley, Eliza Haywood and Aphra Behn. Women writers of the 18th Century, neglected, forgotten, or misunderstood. As poet Rev. James Sterling would call them, “the Fair Triumvirate of Wit” contributed … Continue reading
As a young student I didn’t read much. I do remember the books I had to read as homework but removed any plot from my mind. One of them was … Continue reading
I once heard someone say something as wise as ‘reading books when you’re older makes you see them in a completely different way‘. Ever since, I could not help but … Continue reading