5 Reasons Why You should Read “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath

My first encounter with Sylvia Plath’s work happened by chance. As I was flipping through the pages of a book that I had ordered recently, a greenish blue bookmark stumbled out from somewhere in the middle. It had a word called “Dreamscape” etched on it in bold and big font, followed by a short description. …

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Bird by bird, by Anne Lamott: Not instructional, but offers a lot to serious, aspiring fiction writers

I wanted to put it out there, before I dive deeper, that this book has nothing to do with birds. Nope, absolutely nothing. Not that you were interested in birds, you say? I'll explain a bit more later, but this is not a textbook or an instructional manual either. Or even a proper "7 rules …

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