Stories we tell

Stories are how the human race talks to itself. Stories we tell ourselves, stories we tell our loved-ones, stories we tell the world. Here you’ll find The Library Corner, with reviews of stories you might have missed, and articles on writing in all media. Download my free book of unusual short stories The Cupboard and join my mailing list for even more stories of all kinds.

BBC radio on March 7th 

Catch this week’s radio interview with Liz Green about fake news, knife crime and satire.

The Breaking of Liam Glass - Finalist: Wishing Shelf Book Awards Liam Glass finalist for Wishing Shelf Awards

The Breaking of Liam Glass has been selected as a finalist for the Wishing Shelf book awards 2017. The winner will be announced on April 1st.

“A brilliant satire on modern Britain” Between the Covers
“An intensely addictive page turner”Liz Love Books

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Who’s afraid of the Maybot? Review – I, Maybot by John Crace

I, Maybot by John Crace - reviewed by Charles Harris in the Library Corner

Most of us remember our first encounter with a mechanical life-form. Depending on when they were born, some of us had nightmares about Daleks. Others have had their dreams haunted by Alexa.

In November 2016, a trembling British nation came face to face with the Maybot, as she clanked into life in the daily political sketch written for The Guardian newspaper by satirist John Crace…

Read on…

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Complete Screenwriting & Jaws Amazon Best Sellers

TeTeach Yourself: Complete Screenwriting Courseach Yourself Complete Screenwriting Course hit the Top 2 spot this year for TV Screenwriting books on Amazon and Top 5 for cinema and has sold overJaws in Space - Powerful Pitching for Film & TV Screenwriters 3,000 copies in large format worldwide.

Jaws in Space: Powerful Pitching for Film and TV came in just below at #6.

Both books have five star reviews and are recommended reading on MA courses. Check them out here…


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