Endless Ideas: Master Bottomless Creativity by Sean M. Platt and Neeve Silver A few weeks ago I picked up Endless Ideas, which I had first heard from on The Story Studio podcast. Initially, I wanted to use it for my article writing more than my fiction writing as I don’t seem to have too manyContinue reading “Thoughts On Books: Endless Ideas”
The 10X Author: Level Up Or Be Left Behind by Sean M. Platt and Johnny Truant
To follow me on Goodreads, click here. Essays Uit die dagboek van ’n vrou, by Audrey Blignault, compiled by Marié Heese. Originally written for Sarie (one of the staple South African magazines), these essays by a beloved South African and Afrikaans author gives a view into a life filled with happiness and pain and allContinue reading “Reading Update: Essays and Porcelain”
“How astonishing that when I visit an old-growth redwood forest in California, I am visiting a place that may have been forested continually for fifty million years!”
“How can maps – mere pictures on paper or impressions in clay – change the world? … Through history, mapmakers have played on our instinctive belief in the truth of maps. Maps have been used as powerful propaganda, from Agrippa’s map of the Roman Empire to Hitler’s map of the Austrian Anschluss. Border can beContinue reading “Book Impressions: To the Ends of the Earth: 100 Maps That Changed the World”
If you’re searching for a book about lost worlds, mythical worlds, and the like, look no further than J.A. McLeod’s The Atlas of Legendary Lands: Fabled Kingdoms, Phantom Islands, Lost Continents and Other Mythical Worlds.
Visiting almost every region of the planet, [Levy] explores lost lands that have been associated with Atlantis and considers the importance of Lemuria, Mu and other lost and legendary places from Shambhala and Shangri-la to El Dorado and Hy-Brasil.