One of the first things I put to mind when I started this site was to give a personal angle to literature, reading, and writing. This is where this section, which is entirely personal columns on the literary world, comes in.
Where Does a Writer’s Commitment to Their Fans End? How Far Can We Separate a TV Series from Its Literary Source? And What Does Google Have to Do with All of This?
Milking The Golden Eggs: Four New Books Connected to Harry Potter’s World Will Be Published in the Coming Summer
Should the new books in Harry Potter’s world signal the fans that they have something to worry about?
After years of resentment, the critic discovers the wonderful world of audio books. You wouldn’t believe what happened next.
After months of hard work, I am proud to present Writer’s Block’s new site. What’s the big deal? What is new? Which bus gets to the central station? All answers in the post below.
Does any film based on a book is necessarily not as good as the original? Are there books that are suitable for the transfer to the big screen and some that should be buried within their cover? And what the hell does Colin Firth has to do with it?
Everybody knows it. Once someone borrows one of your books, you will most likely never see it again. After a couple of weeks, you will forget about it and then it is gone.