My post today is about spam. We all know what it is. We all hate it. All those annoying ads and emails for watches and pills and Russian brides and other things that this blog is much too clean to begin talking about. Not to mention the very worst form of spam of all –
A couple of weeks ago, I had a bit of a rant about film-makers not respecting the original text when they adapted literary works, with a particular emphasis on Tim Burton’s adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. I’m pleased to say that today I’m able to offer a completely opposite perspective. And once again, good old
Today I thought I might change the mood a bit here at Dag-Lit Central. Take a bit of a break from talking about writing, and talk a bit about music instead. After all, music is a massive inspiration to me, both in my writing and in my life in general. One of the great things
Now that the Doodling/Flidderbugs tour is over and Magnus Opum is out, I once again have space for guests here at Dag-Lit Central. So I’m pleased to announce a visit from Barbara G. Tarn, who’ll be talking about how to find your voice. So, over to Barbara. How to find your voice I have always
It’s been a while, so today it’s time for a good old rant. And I’m risking finding a bunch of people who are likely to disagree with me on this. So be it… I saw the Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland a couple of weeks ago. And it left me kind of annoyed.