Writer’s block. The dreaded feelings of terror, despair and hopelessness. The fingers are poised, the cursor is flashing, almost taunting, but nothing happens. You stare at the screen, paralysed. What’s going on? Will I ever break out of this funk?… Read moreThis Writer’s Block, It Might Come As A Shock!
“It’s not about the money, money, money, we don’t need your money, money, money,” according to Jessie J. Or is it? For the first time, the BBC has been obliged to reveal the salaries of employees and freelancers earning over… Read moreMoney’s Too Tight To Mention? Not at the BBC…
The poet and philosopher, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, coined a phrase back in the 19th Century – “the suspension of disbelief” – which suggests that if a writer injects a “human interest and a semblance of truth” into a fantastic tale,… Read moreMore Than a Woman
The first rumblings of a Conservative leadership challenge have been detected around Westminster this weekend. In a BBC interview on The Andrew Marr Show, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, claimed that cabinet colleagues were “briefing against” him because they… Read moreConservative Leadership Contest Starts Here
So, she is human! Theresa May, more awkward, hapless and robotic than C-3PO, has claimed in an interview that she “shed a little tear” on the night of the General Election as the exit poll confirmed her worst fears –… Read moreTears – of a Clown