Arrival — A Poem Handholds worn smooth, an old boat rolls on the swell. Black hair, tattoo-man gestures — the sound of surf and short, shaved-head man shouts something rough, stabs an ugly glance at everyone huddled looking back. Above the boat, a quarter moon declines towards the sea and… Read More >Arrival
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In September 1961, Pat Quinlan, then aged 42 and Commandant of ‘A’ Company of the 35th Irish Battalion, looked out on the small mining town of Jadotville in the Congo. He and the 156 men under his command were part of a U.N. peace-keeping mission. The U.N. had tasked Quinlan… Read More >Why Doing The Right Thing Is Its Own Reward
There are only three events in a man’s life; birth, life, and death; he is not conscious of being born, he dies in pain, and he forgets to live. Jean de La Bruyère Tweet Doctors are familiar with dilemmas. In medicine, problems with no neat solutions abound. Choices proliferate, and… Read More >How to Win Your War With Time Like Expert Medics
How thinking out of the box could unlock your story’s gold It was while at lunch on the second day of my visit to Namibia that I had the revelation. It changed the way I think and made me a more determined and resourceful writer. Let’s back up a moment, a… Read More >This Is Why An Open Mind Delivers A Successful Creative Edge
You gotta get up in the morning, take your heavy load And you gotta keep goin’ down the long black road, long black road ELO, Long Black Road Tweet Writing a novel can make you feel you’re on a long black road. From opening scene to the climactic final moments,… Read More >Why You’re Not Rediscovering Your Writing Mojo (And What You Can Do About It)