Never let me go…Celebrating Hounds of Love 30 Years On Pt2…

Wave after wave, each mightier than the last, Till last, a ninth one, gathering half the deep And full of voices, slowly rose and plunged Roaring, and all the wave was in a flame:… Idylls of the King: The Coming of Arthur, Alfred, Lord Tennyson If The Hounds of Love’s first five tracks were not … More Never let me go…Celebrating Hounds of Love 30 Years On Pt2…

MW’s Night Stand

I inhale books.  Not literally, that would be stupid and probably fatal. Last year, I went through a period where I would dither about with one book for ages, despite it not being particularly enthralling but still, I was determined to finish it out of stubbornness.  That was a bad move. It slowed down my … More MW’s Night Stand

It’s in the trees, it’s coming…Celebrating Hounds of Love 30 Years On Pt1…

‘When I was a child, running in the night, afraid of what might be…’ When I write the words ‘Hounds of Love’ was released thirty years ago this year’, I can’t quite believe it. Thirty years. And yet its impact on me is such that I can’t remember a time when it, and its creator, … More It’s in the trees, it’s coming…Celebrating Hounds of Love 30 Years On Pt1…

Born on this day…

Author, activist, and sociologist Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s father left the family when she was young. Gilman’s mother couldn’t support the family on her own and spent a lot of time with the women of her husband’s family including Harriet Beecher Stowe. Gilman’s most well-known work was her 1892 short story “The Yellow Wallpaper.” Gilman was … More Born on this day…

#Fiction Friday @ The Midnight Writer

Hail, fellows, well met!  It’s #FictionFriday here at The Midnight Writer We’ll be profiling writer Toby Venables, author of The Viking Dead and The Hunter of Sherwood series, as well as getting to grips with some writer’s tips, and inspirations. We’ll feature some online short fiction, flash fiction and find resources for free (and legal) reading … More #Fiction Friday @ The Midnight Writer