Art matters, but not to everyone. Sometimes, perhaps, not to anyone.
He was not, as you might think, a man of infinite jest.
It is possible to take a piece of writing advice too far.
Happy Sunday! What's for breakfast? Anything good? I'm probably having a pack of peanut butter crackers because Sunday morning is always a bit of a rush for me, but I'll make up for it with a proper lunch. No worries. I've a few good links for you to read while you're enjoying breakfast? Ready? Let's … Continue reading Ten Links to Go with Your Breakfast Links
When F. Scott Fitzgerald published The Great Gatsby 90 years ago this month, it flopped like LeBron James drawing contact in the paint. The book, now regarded as one of the finest (if not the finest) example of the Great American Novel, took too long to sell through its first print run and didn't sell out its second … Continue reading The Not-So-Great Gatsby