Tagged: fiction

Review: Fates and Furies

He longed for something wordless and potent: what? To wear her. He imagined living in her warmth forever.” – Lauren Groff Every now and again you get a book that is so delicious, you almost wish you could eat the words in it. Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff is such...

Wild settings and how to create them

I’m currently listening on Audible to a book called Breaking Wild by Diane Les Becquets. It is told from the perspectives of two characters Pru Hathaway and Amy Ray Latour and the novel is set in the Colorado Wilderness. Amy Ray disappears while going on an elk hunt on her...

Researching A Fish Out of Water

Characters in court

Today I spent a few hours in the Brand van Zyl Law Library at the University of Cape Town. As an alumnus, I know the campus fairly well and I have been in the library previously for research on Shadow Self. It is always strange to go back to university...