Category Archives: reading and writing

Rustling paper nightmare

Have you ever felt afraid, and not known exactly why you were afraid? The rational part of you will tell you there’s nothing to be afraid of, but the terror still lurks around the corner, in the shadows of your mind. That terror is the terror of nightmare, when the rational mind is asleep or […]

Reading and writing program – Day 2

Yesterday (Day 1): No short story, but I listened to a 50-minute interview with British author Martin Amis discussing his novel “The Zone of Interest”. poem: “Still Falls the Rain” by Edith Sitwell. A gem. Essay: “Freedom” by George Bernard Shaw. Writing: 1,000 (I edited and added to an earlier blog entry: on Neil Gaiman’s […]