Pages tagged with Novelist

Zane Grey was one of the great writers of the last century. he brought the wild west alive in his books , a period of American history that has charmed the world
Anyone may like knowing something more on the poet and novelist that today was honoured by Google.
How did this Machine was Designed? In the early development of robotics is not actually originate from Electronic science disciplines, but from the fields of biology and novelist for a drama in the 18th century. The Biology scientists at that time wanted to create a creature that has ...
Well, I thought to write this diary page in form of an article for tips. This is something which I learned by my own experiences during my work as freelance wrtier.
She had received repeated warnings over a very long time, that she had to leave Manhattan before it would be too late to do so. In the stark bright morning light, she takes a sip from her "Buck Special blend" coffee as she gazes over the headlines: “Writer loses her life's work in a...
Theodore Dreiser was an American novelist who lived an unconventional life. he wrote extensively and has left behind books that portray realism.
Hey there guys! I know it's been a long time since I was here, but I'm back with something new. After trying my luck with manga and partially succeeded, I figured that my true calling was writing. Especially mystery. And if everything goes well, I'll do a few for publishing. So here i...
~take a sneak peek~poke your eyes around the corner~ice picks & thumb screws~devil gonna getcha boy~bleeding marble eyes~c’mon be a witness~ya got trust issues man~better deal with that~what the hell’s the matter with you~sucker punch~
~is there anyone hasn’t been embarrassed by parents~made to wish they were somewhere else~someone else anyone else~things you laugh about when you grow up~talk to them about until they’re gone~then miss them every time you think about it~you realize at times they were killing them...
Last week Gabriel Garcia Marquez died. Here are a few thoughts on the impact of the Nobel-prize winning novelist.
~I remember the poor man laughing~the fat lady singing~a blind man dancing~a one-legged woman playing violin~the kid in the tenement with the dirty eye~shot by a bb gun~pupil dripping away~good & bad~we were like that~we are like that~
~we were aware we were white trash~that being white trash was not a good thing~we weren’t insulted by being told so~it’s all we had ever heard~& so it was but we were hungry~desperate to be alive~certainly not good enough~damned sure angry soon enough~my brother & me~
~poor folks consider doing things others can’t imagine~Momma thought about selling Lily~so she might have a better future~a random chance at normality~whatever that is~my brothers & I met some colored folk~they believed they could talk to god & so did we~they encouraged me to sing~
~my maternal grandfather had a heart attack~died in the driveway~laying on the cement underneath his truck~his father stood on a chair he set on the table~tied a stout rope to the chandelier then around his throat~he pulled his pistol out of his back pocket~blew his brains out & was d...
~out there in the driveway~behind the house~we were taught to be men of a separate stripe~stroking & stripping~killing & skinning~learning the heartbeat~when to direct it to stop~to deliver sweet meat to the table~but it don’t stop damn it~damn it~it just don’t stop~
~I was Alley Oop during my eighth summer~designated so by the Queen of Sheba~we were lord & lady of the lilac tunnels of Montana~a magical realm beyond anything I had experienced in my young life~the scent of lilacs~any reference to Shirley Temple~spirit me back there~it is the best I...
~a life too full of maybes~dirt fights & wars~tv monster pretty boys~babysitter doin’ her boyfriend~butt bouncing on the door~lady with sugar tomatoes~frog legs~bloody hatchet on the floorboard~stabbed between the eyes~first time I took note of lightning~the fear/rage dynamic~it’s...
~we just have to make it through the night~sleep won’t come~safe in our cocoon~peeking through night holes~feathers on the wind~a shrewd awareness~back your ass up white boy~maybe live through the night~
~we are gypsies on the road~we are unaware of that~when the truck breaks & the chicken runs out~what we gonna do~the bad man comes~daddy puts a hatchet in my hand~tells me not to worry~just go to sleep~the hatchet’s just in case~
~the snake is a train & the snake is long~a thousand miles long~it gobbles us up~carries us like eggs in its belly~denver to saint louis~too far the monster~& a new monster appears~
~I wrote the book~edited the book~queried the book~published the book~gave away copies for reviews~full circle momma~like our lives~I’m giving it away again~I can hear your voice momma~what the hell you think you’re doin’ boy~spittin’ in the wind~you make me laugh~I miss that ...
This first page on Wikinut is a personal story about how I became an author and why do I write on the topic - Visionary fiction.
Ever thought of why old trees have cavities? Long long time ago when people had secrets they don't want to share, they'd climb a mountain to find the oldest tree. They carve a hole in the tree, and whisper their secret into this hole. After they cover the hole over with mud, that way ...
This is tribute to Late Vallachira Madhan who was one of the best romantic novelist's of 1950's. The Late writer had encouraged and inspired me for writing poems and novels through his weekly publications during my college days at Irinjalakuda in Trichur - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
Kevin Brooks writes a lovely tale about the mind of a teenager in his novel "Martyn Pig". Brooks is a student of psychology and brings his knowledge to the fore in this novel, which engrosses the reader
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