Sunday, June 3, 2012

Lazy Sunday Service

I was asked this week whether I could write a character drive story about a monster with whom the reader can sympathise.  The two main ways to do this, I think, is to make the story about redemption or vengeance.  Weighing up which way to go, or maybe there's a third way ...?

My posts this week:
Census 2011: Age profiles
This book was written by someone else, wasn't it
1991-2011: One and a half housing units built for each new household
Review of Ghost Town by Michael Clifford
Spinetingler piece
Review of The Shark Infested Custard by Charles Willeford

Can you smell smoke?
According to the CIF we need to add supply to our oversupply (do we really need more houses?)

1 comment:

pattinase (abbott) said...

Of course, some monsters are born into the life without much choice--Frankenstein, for instance. The lonely life of a monster.