If you have a full-time job, finding time to write can be a huge challenge. How can you still write if you feel you have no time?
A review of the epistolary science-fiction novel Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes.
The six main aspects of comedy within Shakespearean plays and how they can be used by modern writers.
A review of the contemporary literary fiction novel Darkmans by Nicola Barker.
An introduction to the term caricature and what it means for writers.
A review of the satirical espionage thriller novel Our Man in Havana by Graham Greene.
A man takes part in a sleep study to find out what lurks behind his nightmares.
A review of the non-fiction science book A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson.
Luke Edley highlights the life, works and legacy of thriller writer Dennis Wheatley, and spotlights his connection to Thanet.
An examination of the purpose of invective within writing. Contains content which may offend.