https://www.patreon.com/mbblissett?fan_landing=true I am offering the opportunity to support my writing in a tangible way, which will allow me to produce more work and for you to be involved in it on a number of levels. As it develops, I will add more rewards and tiers, with exclusive access and insights to me and my writing. … Continue reading I am on Patreon
Left a place, a person, a state of grace, Not my choice, but accepting it nonethless, Did the noble thing despite the screaming inside, Wanted her to see me leave, to see if my leaving mattered, But said 'sure, it's fine, go,' And took myself away, What I left behind were pieces Which never healed … Continue reading Five Things In Leaving
They heard the neighbouring fence shudder with impact as Pinky leapt over, a lipless cut on her flank as she clutched her bow in one clawed hand whilst the empty quiver flapped between her shoulder blades. She landed on the patio and looked at the gap in the fencing at the bottom of the garden … Continue reading Another Excerpt From Project Cat Lady.
Have you ever read reviews and praise for a book and wondered if they read the same book as you did? I am not an elitist, and some of my favourite pieces of art and literature aren't that well known, but there are books which I have read, and cannot find a single good thing … Continue reading The Harpy
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Agent-Running-Field-John-Carr%C3%A9/dp/0241401232 LeCarre is a recent discovery, relatively speaking. He is widely considered the father of modern espionage fiction, which seeing as he worked for the intelligence services, is not that obvious a distinction to make. He was always someone I admired and respected but never read his work before an impulsive loan of The Spy … Continue reading Agent Running In The Field by John LeCarre
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Catch-Kill-Conspiracy-Protect-Predators/dp/0708899277 Against the glamour of Hollywood, there is an equal amount of predation. The 'casting couch' is seen as an awful reality of gaining fame for women, much like climbing to the top of a mountain of shit to pick a rose. By the time you've got to the top, you've lost your sense of … Continue reading Catch and Kill by Ronan Farrow