Arnold is a moose who lives in a small wooden house on the edge of the forest. He is something of a dreamer, and his greatest wish is to find some buried treasure.
We said it so often it seems like we are on continuous replay but we make no apology for saying it again. The days when an author could simply write for a living are over.
Two serial killers have been getting away with murder for years. For them, it’s a well-paid hobby while they bide their time.
The popularity of Crime Fiction might wax and wane but at the end of the day, it still remains one of the most popular genres.
A poignant Christian reflection and vernacular aid to devotion, Unleash the Power of Prayer in your Life might be a relatively short read but it’s one that makes a significant contribution to congregational life and health.
All the best books are character driven. You can have an original hero and a superb plot, but if the reader doesn’t care if your hero dies or not, they won’t read the book.
Heroes come and go. That’s certainly true of the fictional variety where very few linger in the mind beyond the last page of a novel. So what makes the perfect fictional hero?
A child’s imagination is a wonderful thing. The suspension of disbelief comes easy to them. As we get older we think in terms of our willingness to suspend our critical faculties and believe something surreal whilst sacrificing realism and logic for the sake of enjoyment.